Canned salad is in some cases narrowly defined as Mason jar salad.
In 1858, John L. Mason invented a glass bottle with a lid.
The first glass bottle with a screw ring and an iron sheet was designed to enhance the seal and seal off air,
thus extending the life of food and keeping it fresh.
It is a good solution to the problem of sealing pickled food for housewives in the era of no refrigerator.
A combination of layered salads and Mason jars,
canned salads have become popular in recent years because of their long shelf life and portability.
Of course,salad cans are not limited to Mason jars, as long as the glass jar can ensure that the seal is generally acceptable.
Although a canned salad is just a salad in a jar,
it's not just a salad in a jar.
It has to follow certain rules to make it delicious, fresh and portable.As mentioned in jars,
salad jars are no longer limited to Mason jars; they can also be jars with LIDS that are tightly sealed.
However, it is best to choose a jar with a wide mouth and a glass jar with a basic capacity of more than 350 milliliters,
so as to facilitate the loading of food materials.In fact, the home of glass jars,
condiment bottles, coffee cans and other containers to meet these needs.