The method of to-day that came into its own during the war is known as the "cold-pack" method of canning.
(a) How and when should jars be closed in the cold-pack method?
It is used rather extensively in the South, where they say the conditions do not favor "cold-pack."
For this "cold-pack" method you can use whatever equipment you have in the kitchen.
They are the "open-kettle," the "intermittent," the "cold-water" and the "cold-pack" methods.
Blanching is what makes for success in the cold-pack method of canning.
(a) How should foods be packed in jars in the cold-pack canning method?
Mix the two foods in any desirable proportion and, for the cold-pack canning method, put the food into the jars.
Such a combination may be canned safely by either the open-kettle or the cold-pack method.
"cold-pack" simply means that the products are packed cold in their fresh and natural state in the glass jars or containers.
cold pack n.
A compress of gauze, cloth, or plastic filled or moistened with a cold fluid and applied externally to swollen or injured body parts to relieve pain and swelling.