vpjane, again, where did you get your information?
Those are just opinions on another thread. You are completely incorrect by every official site. Look it up before you give food safety advice and I would suggest before you offer a rebuttal that again goes against official testing and authorotative sites.
Do you realize that when you look something up on a google search, if it is not from an official site, it is just more "opinions", like yours, that are unsubstantiated and can be completely wrong.
To clarify for you, my post read that EVEN with low acid canning, the method may not be safe. Therefore, it is imperative that DDL be treated as a dairy product and stored accordingly... in the refrigerator.
vp, I know you like to say the opposite, like your suggestion that getting an education is not good advice. But the education that I push is not just book learning. It's about getting familiar with food safety from official sites. It's about getting experience, being careful about business in a recession that is not going away any time soon, and saving money to take that huge stress factor out of a new business so that the business itself can be given all attention.
I'm sorry if you don't agree, but there are people on this site that actually look up information and try to give the most accurate information to fellow members. Yes, we get flack when facts differ from popular opinion, but here is my reason for correcting misinformation:
Your inaccurate information will eventually come up as a google search result, just like all of the other opinions on blogs and forums. But if someone else provides th correct information in the same search result, now the reader is informed and can make a more educated decision about food safety.