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Home canning pumpkin butter or any mashed or pureed pumpkin or winter squash is not recommended for home cooks. In 1989, the USDA’s Extension Service published the Complete Guide to Home Canning that remains the basis of Extension recommendations today, found in the September 1994 revision. The only directions for canning pumpkin and winter squash are for cubed pulp. In fact, the directions for preparing the product include the statement, “Caution: Do not mash or puree.”
It is not possible to evaluate a recipe for pumpkin or mashed squash for canning potential by looking at it. At this point, research seems to indicate variability of the products is great, and in several ways that raise safety concerns. It is best to freeze pumpkin butters or mashed squash.
The safety of home cooks canning pumpkin butter should be evaluated. Read this valuable guide and become informed about home cooking canning dangers today!
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