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Victorian BBQ Sauce Pulled Pork

Victorian BBQ Sauce Pulled Pork

===== SUBSCRIBE TO MY CHANNEL===== Great time to preserve Victorian BBQ Sauce as the recipe calls for Rhubarb! It’s fantastic mixed with pulled pork. Recipes from: Victorian BBQ Sauce - Ball Complete Book of Home Preserving New & Updated! – 400 Delicious and Creative Recipes for Today, (2020 Edition) Pulled Pork Recipe - Me! Ingredients: 6 Lbs Boneless Pork Loin - Cut into 3-4 Inch Cubes Dry Rub for Pork Loin: 2 Tbls Brown Sugar 4 Tsp or 1 Heaping Tbls Smoked Paprika 1 Tbsp Garlic Powder 1 Tbsp Onion Powder 2 Tsp Salt 2 Tsp Pepper 1 Tsp Cumin ½ Tsp Cayenne Pepper Vinegar Sauce 1 ¼ C Beef Broth (Divided) 2 C Victorian BBQ Sauce - Divided ⅓ C Apple Cider Vinegar 1 Tsp Hot Sauce Coleslaw (Optional) 1 Head Green Cabbage - Shredded ¼ Head Purple Cabbage - Shredded ½ Medium Onion 2 Carrots ½ - 1 C Mayonnaise ½ -1 C Vinegar Sauce Salt & Pepper to taste if needed Tools Needed: Knives Whisk Tongs Forks for Shredding Pork Vegetable Peeler Food processor or blender Mandolin or V-slicer Clean Storage Container Pressure Cook in Instant Pot: On High 40 Minutes 10 Minute Natural Release Quick Release To Remove Lid Follow me on: YouTube: Facebook: Instagram: @staceycancan TikTok: @staceycancan Website: LinkedIn: stacey-can-can Pinterest: Stacey Can Can Additional Resources: National Center for Home Food Preservation - Ball/Kerr Website - Pick-Your-Own - Local University Extension Service -
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“Why preserve food when I can buy it at the store?”

When you preserve your own food you know what’s in it, which is the food item itself. There are no preservatives (unless you add them but why would you?), less sugar, sodium, and chemicals if you use organic produce. 

There are many studies that show how cooking your own meals is so much better for your health and your wallet. Preserving your own food is the same. There are some initial start-up costs but the jars and equipment can be used for years/decades to come. Canning/home food preservation can help save your health and is easier on your wallet.


Fortunately, canning/food preservation is simple and easy to do. 

Canning/preserving food is not too different from learning to cook. Once you learn how to use the equipment (like the oven or stove in your own kitchen) you can use these same skills with different recipes. The process doesn’t change too much from recipe to recipe.


"Stacey is a talented teacher and master of home preservation!  I was new to canning but after taking a group class with her, I felt prepared and inspired to start making my own jam.  She is passionate about her work and passing along her knowledge.  In my private lesson, I learned even more. She knows the local farms and makes great recommendations based on seasonality of produce.  From homemade sauerkraut to canned fresh tuna, Stacey is an amazing resource!"

Laura W.

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Preserve and treat food as you would your body, remembering that in time food will be your body.

- B. W. Richardson

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