Three disinfection methods for glass jars and exhaust methods.
The safest method of disinfection for boiling disinfection, suitable for ingredients that do not require heating and long-term storage of stored food. 1 Wash the glass bottle and lid. 2 Put the glass bottle horizontally into the pot, pour in cold water, flood the bottle with water, and then heat it with medium heat. ★ Glass is sensitive to temperature changes. It must be poured into cold water and gradually warmed up. 3 After the water begins to boil, adjust the fire to medium to low heat and cook for another 10 minutes. ★ If the glass bottle is not completely submerged in water, you can use the clip to flip the bottle and burn the bottle all over again. 4 After removing the bottle with a clip, place it on a clean dishcloth or kitchen towel to dry. The moisture on the lid should also be completely removed.
Alcohol disinfection can not be put into the pot to boil the sterilized large bottle, you can use distilled alcohol or alcohol with high alcohol (35 ° or more) for disinfection. 1 After washing the glass bottle and lid, let it dry. 2 Soak the kitchen towel with alcohol and carefully wipe the inside, outside and cap of the glass bottle. Place the bottle on the kitchen towel and dry it. 3 Bottles with narrow mouths can be poured into the right amount of alcohol, then shaken up and down for disinfection. After disinfection, place the bottle on the kitchen towel and dry it.
Oven disinfection is suitable for storing heated ingredients and short-term storage of stored food. To prepare a heat-resistant glass bottle that can be heated at a high temperature, the metal bottle cap should be separately sterilized. 1 After washing the glass bottle and lid, let it dry. 2 Preheat the oven to 110 ° C, then place the glass bottle in a preheated oven for 25 to 30 minutes. 3 Place the bottle on the kitchen towel and let it cool.
It is necessary to heat the air in the glass bottle to make the preserved food such as jam and canned food. When storing such food, pay attention to the air in the glass bottle. If there is air residue in the bottle, the ingredients will be spoiled by oxidation, so it is best to remove the air from the bottle after the ingredients have been filled. 1 Fill the glass into the bottle and buckle the lid, but do not cover it. 2 Put the glass bottle in the pot, pour cold water, and flood the bottle to 1/7 of the height of the bottle. Heat with a small heat and cook for 25 to 30 minutes. 3 Remove the glass bottle, close the lid tightly, put it on for 5 minutes, then turn it over to save.