Food Preservation Workshop & Free Pressure Canner Dial Gauge Testing

— Written By N.C. Cooperative Extension

Preserving Summer’s Bounty
2017

Hands-On Food Preservation Workshop

NC Cooperative Extension
Cleveland County Center

Cleveland County Extension Center – Kitchen 1
130 South Post Road, Suite 1, Shelby, NC

Class Size Limited to 10

Registration Fee/workshop: $10.00 (payment confirms registration)
(Make checks payable to: Cleveland County Cooperative Extension)

Everyone participates in hands-on time to prepare and process products.

Monday, July 31, 2017 – Basics of Home Food Preservation Workshop
1:30 pm – 4:00 p.m.

 Workshop will include the basics to safely preserve low-acid and high-acid foods at home.
Both boiling water bath canning for high-acid foods (most fruits, acidified and             fermented foods) and pressure canning for low-acid foods (most vegetables, meats, and combination foods) will be covered. Pressure canning is the only safe canning method for preserving foods with naturally low acid levels (pH above 4.6)
Canning techniques using the boiling water bath and dial gauge or weighted gauge    pressure canner will be taught.
Preserving foods at home by freezing to achieve high quality products will also be      covered. Join other participants in practicing these hands-on skills to pressure can      low-acid foods and to freeze your own delicious products at home

To Register: Call the Extension Center at 704-482-4365

 For more information: Call Nancy Abasiekong, Extension Agent,
Family & Consumer Sciences (FCS) at 704-482-4365.

Pressure canner dial-gauges should be checked for accuracy each year. Bring your lid only for a free Dial-Gauge Pressure Canner Check. Call the Extension Center to arrange a time 704-482-4365.

Come and enjoy learning new skills for preserving summer’s bounty and eating delicious foods this winter.
Food preservation flyer 2017 8×11

Updated on Jul 17, 2017
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