Food Preservation Made Easy

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Jars of home canned pickles, extension logo, cucumbers in colander, Learn to preserve your own food using the most recent evidence-based information to assure a safe, quality product for you and your family.

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  • Learn more about canning or just brush up on the latest evidence based information on food preservation from canning to freezing to drying by virtually attending Food Preservation Made Easy!
  • This FREE five class series is an introduction to canning (water bath and pressure canning), drying and freezing.
  • Classes will meet via *Zoom on Tuesdays
  • April 21–May 19, 2020, from 11a.m.–noon
  • The live classes will feature presentations and demonstrations by Cooperative Extension Family & Consumer Science Extension agents, question and answer sessions, and links to evidence-based resources.
  • Sessions will be recorded for later viewing, if needed, but live participation is encouraged.
  • *Zoom is accessible via computer, phone, or tablet (visit the Zoom Help Center for Frequently Asked Questions and information on how to get started: Zoom Help Center)
  • April 21: Introduction to Food Preservation
  • April 28: Freezing
  • May 5: Water Bath Canning
  • May 12: Pressure Canning
  • May 19: Dehydrating
  • This class is presented in partnership by N.C. Cooperative Extension in Buncombe, Haywood, Madison, McDowell, and Yancey Counties. Anyone is welcome to join us!

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Julie Sawyer, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionJulie SawyerExtension Agent, Family and Consumer Sciences Call Julie E-mail Julie N.C. Cooperative Extension, Haywood County Center
Posted on Apr 17, 2020
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