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WSU Clark County Extension Master Food Preservers

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May 2019

Jams & Jellies – “You Can!” Food Preservation Class

May 1 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
WSU Clark County Extension – 78th Street Heritage Farm, 1919 Northeast 78th Street, Vancouver, WA 98665, USA
Vancouver, Washington 98665
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$20.00

Learn all the different kinds of jellied products including jams and preserves.  Discover alternative methods on how to make these products with low or no sugar and why you can't add low acid products. You'll also learn different ways to thicken your product, how to fix jams and jellies that didn't set, why some jams require added lemon juice, the difference between freezer and regular jam, proper storage and more. This is the first in a series of 8 classes,…

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Canning Fruits – “You Can!” Food Preservation Class

May 8 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
WSU Clark County Extension – 78th Street Heritage Farm, 1919 Northeast 78th Street, Vancouver, WA 98665, USA
Vancouver, Washington 98665
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$20.00

Learn the basics of preserving fruits and fruit mixtures. Discover how to can fruits with low or no sugar, which fruits require additional steps to preserve, or can only be frozen or dehydrated. You will also learn how to determine if the product is safe to eat, how to safely store your product and more. This is the second class in a series of eight classes. You can take just the ones that interest you or take them all! Tickets…

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Pickling Fruits and Vegetables – “You Can!” Food Preservation Class

May 15 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
WSU Clark County Extension – 78th Street Heritage Farm, 1919 Northeast 78th Street, Vancouver, WA 98665, USA
Vancouver, Washington 98665
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$20.00

Learn how to safely make quick pickles including dill and sweet, refrigerated quick pickles, relishes, fruit pickles, chutney and salads. You will learn how vinegar and processing make these pickles safe, how to keep them crisp, how to tell if a recipe is safe and more. These are all quick process pickles that are not fermented. This is the third class in a series of eight classes. Tickets are available online through Brown Paper Tickets, or you may register by…

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Fermented Vegetables and Yogurt – “You Can!” Food Preservation Class

May 22 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
$20.00

Learn how to prepare refrigerated dill pickles, processed dill pickles, sauerkraut and yogurt. You will learn what type of salt you use in pickling, how to tell if they’re done fermenting and a. With the yogurt you will learn how to make it, types, spoilage and shelf life. Learn trouble-shooting, processing, food safety and what tools and utensils are needed for all of the products in this class. This is the fourth class in a series of eight classes. Tickets…

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Tomatoes and Salsa – “You Can!” Food Preservation Class

May 29 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
WSU Clark County Extension – 78th Street Heritage Farm, 1919 Northeast 78th Street, Vancouver, WA 98665, USA
Vancouver, Washington 98665
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$20.00

The many varieties of tomatoes can make preserving tomatoes and salsas challenging. Learn how you can safely preserve salsas and tomato products, allowable substitutions, why you can’t add more garlic, onions and other ingredients to your salsas and much more including storage and how to tell if your home canned goods are safe. This is the fifth class in a series of eight classes. Tickets are available online through Brown Paper Tickets, or you may register by calling 564-397-5733 or…

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June 2019

Dehydrating Fruits and Vegetables – “You Can!” Food Preservation

June 5 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
WSU Clark County Extension – 78th Street Heritage Farm, 1919 Northeast 78th Street, Vancouver, WA 98665, USA
Vancouver, Washington 98665
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$20.00

  Learn the basics of dehydrating fruits, vegetables, and herbs successfully and what is the best equipment to use for drying. Also covered in this class are pre-treatment methods, storage, proper containers, and creative ideas to use your dried products. This is the sixth class in a series of eight classes. Tickets are available online through Brown Paper Tickets, or you may register by calling 564-397-5733 or come to the WSU Extension Office/Heritage Farm before the class. To read more…

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Preserving Vegetables, Beans and Soups

June 12 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
WSU Clark County Extension – 78th Street Heritage Farm, 1919 Northeast 78th Street, Vancouver, WA 98665, USA
Vancouver, Washington 98665
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$20.00

Learn the basics of pressure canning vegetables, beans and soups, how to select a pressure canner, why it is used and its safe use. Learn the correct prep for freezing vegetables, beans and soups, broths and packaging. Also covered is the proper storage of your canned and frozen goods, shelf life and more. This is the seventh class in a series of eight classes. Tickets are available online through Brown Paper Tickets, or you may register by calling 564-397-5733 or…

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Preserving Meat, Fish, Poultry & Making Jerky

June 19 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
WSU Clark County Extension – 78th Street Heritage Farm, 1919 Northeast 78th Street, Vancouver, WA 98665, USA
Vancouver, Washington 98665
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$20.00

Learn the basics of pressure canning meats, why you use a pressure canner and how to use it safely. Also covered are how to properly package meat, fish and poultry for the freezer and freezing methods. You will also learn how to safely make meat jerky, how to properly store you canned and frozen goods, shelf life and more. This is the fourth class in a series of eight classes. Tickets are available online through Brown Paper Tickets, or you…

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July 2019

Pressure Canner Gauge Testing Clinic

July 18 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
WSU Clark County Extension – 78th Street Heritage Farm, 1919 Northeast 78th Street, Vancouver, WA 98665, USA
Vancouver, Washington 98665
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$5.00

Pressure Canner Gauges need to be tested every year for accuracy to make sure that you are processing at the correct pressure for a safe product.  If you have purchased a new gauge for your pressure canner these should also be tested.  All components on the lid are checked also including the gasket and safety plug. • BRING: Lid with dial gauge, rubber gasket/ring and safety plug. • NOTE: All American pressure gauges must be taken off the lid to…

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August 2019

Pressure Canner Gauge Testing Clinic

August 1 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
WSU Clark County Extension – 78th Street Heritage Farm, 1919 Northeast 78th Street, Vancouver, WA 98665, USA
Vancouver, Washington 98665
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$5.00

Pressure Canner Gauges need to be tested every year for accuracy to make sure that you are processing at the correct pressure for a safe product. If you have purchased a new gauge for your pressure canner these should also be tested. All components on the lid are checked also including the gasket and safety plug. • BRING: Lid with dial gauge, rubber gasket/ring and safety plug. • NOTE: All American pressure gauges must be taken off the lid to…

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Pressure Canner Gauge Testing Clinic

August 15 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
WSU Clark County Extension – 78th Street Heritage Farm, 1919 Northeast 78th Street, Vancouver, WA 98665, USA
Vancouver, Washington 98665
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$5.00

Pressure Canner Gauges need to be tested every year for accuracy to make sure that you are processing at the correct pressure for a safe product. If you have purchased a new gauge for your pressure canner these should also be tested. All components on the lid are checked also including the gasket and safety plug. • BRING: Lid with dial gauge, rubber gasket/ring and safety plug. • NOTE: All American pressure gauges must be taken off the lid to…

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Pressure Canner Gauge Testing Clinic

August 29 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
WSU Clark County Extension – 78th Street Heritage Farm, 1919 Northeast 78th Street, Vancouver, WA 98665, USA
Vancouver, Washington 98665
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$5.00

Pressure Canner Gauges need to be tested every year for accuracy to make sure that you are processing at the correct pressure for a safe product. If you have purchased a new gauge for your pressure canner these should also be tested. All components on the lid are checked also including the gasket and safety plug. • BRING: Lid with dial gauge, rubber gasket/ring and safety plug. • NOTE: All American pressure gauges must be taken off the lid to…

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September 2019

Pressure Canner Gauge Testing Clinic

September 12 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
WSU Clark County Extension – 78th Street Heritage Farm, 1919 Northeast 78th Street, Vancouver, WA 98665, USA
Vancouver, Washington 98665
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$5.00

Pressure Canner Gauges need to be tested every year for accuracy to make sure that you are processing at the correct pressure for a safe product. If you have purchased a new gauge for your pressure canner these should also be tested. All components on the lid are checked also including the gasket and safety plug. • BRING: Lid with dial gauge, rubber gasket/ring and safety plug. • NOTE: All American pressure gauges must be taken off the lid to…

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Pressure Canner Gauge Testing Clinic

September 26 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
WSU Clark County Extension – 78th Street Heritage Farm, 1919 Northeast 78th Street, Vancouver, WA 98665, USA
Vancouver, Washington 98665
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$5.00

Pressure Canner Gauges need to be tested every year for accuracy to make sure that you are processing at the correct pressure for a safe product. If you have purchased a new gauge for your pressure canner these should also be tested. All components on the lid are checked also including the gasket and safety plug. • BRING: Lid with dial gauge, rubber gasket/ring and safety plug. • NOTE: All American pressure gauges must be taken off the lid to…

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