Fermup The Fermented Food Podcast

47: Canning vs. Fermentation

This week we follow up on the invention of canning, the French/Napoleon contest, and the differences between canning and fermentation.

Show notes:

The Invention of Canning

[Ideas in Ideas 2.0 Workshop EL Ideas](http://elideas.com/ideas-in-ideas-2-0/)

IDEAS IN FOOD

[Kimchi Crepes Ideas in Food](http://blog.ideasinfood.com/ideas_in_food/2013/12/december-28-2013.html)
[Chefology: There Might Be Bacteria in Your Artisan Sea Salt Boston Magazine](http://www.bostonmagazine.com/restaurants/blog/2013/12/23/chefology-bacteria-sea-salt/)
[Chemistry: A festive ferment Nature](http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v504/n7480/full/504372a.html)
[The Beard Beer Rogue Ales](http://rogue.com/store/products/The-Beard-Beer.html)
[History of Canning Canned Food](http://www.cannedfood.org/files/library/pdfs/History-can.pdf)

Canning: A History of Canned Foods & Canning

History of Food Cans

[The Art Of Preserving All Kinds Of Animal And Vegetable Substances For Several Years (1811) Amazon](http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1437069959/fermup-20)

Discover Pressure Cooking

[Pressure Cooker PSI FAQ: the stuff you didn’t think to ask hip pressure cooking](http://www.hippressurecooking.com/pressure-cooker-psi-faq-the-stuff-you-didnt-think-to-ask/)

Canning food, from Napoleon to now

Who Made That Mason Jar? - NYTimes.com


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