It may sound gross- but bottled meat is pretty good. You can bottle any meat- chicken, beef, fish, turkey etc. The local grocery store Lin's had chicken on sale for $1.49/lb sold in a 40lb box this week, so I stocked up. Since I don't want or have room for all of the chicken in my freezer bottling it is perfect. They also had a good sale on roasts and pork chops so I bought some, cut them into chunks for stews etc. and bottled those as well.
It's super easy to bottle meats- but the most important thing is you HAVE to have a pressure canner/cooker. Meats and Veggies have to be canned with a pressure canner/cooker. I was able to get a 23 quart pressure canner/cooker on ebay for about $80 and it has been worth every penny!
For chicken or chunks of meat:
1. Pack chicken or meat into the bottles
2. Add ¼- ½ teaspoon of salt
7. Place into your pressure canner/cooker
Follow processing lbs of pressure according to your altitude
Meat processing time is 75 minutes for pints, and 90 minutes for quarts.
The finished product may not LOOK appetizing, but how often does meat look appetizing anyway? (pictured below-top picture= pork on far left, beef in the two right jars. bottom picture= chicken)