How to Can Chicken at Home

We’ve pretty much stopped eating chicken, aside from the occasional cheat with a costco rotisserie chicken. We tried raising our own meat birds, and buying them from a local-ish farm. But in the end, they always ended up being so expensive that we just couldn’t afford to eat chicken very often.

I’m giving up on farm raised chicken. At least for now. After reading several positive reviews of Zaycon Foods, I decided to give them a try, and ordered two cases of chicken. I trimmed up one case and froze the breasts on trays (layers separated by wax paper). I’ll transfer the frozen chicken breasts to freezer bags later. The other case, I canned. Here’s how:

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