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Online Food Preservation Series
July 6 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
An event every week that begins at 7:00 pm on Wednesday, repeating until July 20, 2022
Hosted by WSU Skagit and San Juan : Food Preservation Series. Take advantage of summer produce to increase food access!
Learn how to preserve food! This 4 part series will help you increase your food access using safe, tested protocols. With the recent COVID outbreak, we have found an increased interest in food preservation as we experience food shortages at grocery stores and put more emphasis on self-sustainability in our food system.
No equipment necessary. WSU Food Safety/Preservation instructor will teach techniques and explain the items needed to preserve foods in your home. This series covers all information needed to take advantage of our amazing local produce and reduce waste in your kitchen. This class will be taught online using Zoom.
Participants will receive a variety of links for free downloadable recipes, guidelines, and articles through a link to a comprehensive Google Drive. If you are a SNAP recipient or feel that the class fee presents a financial barrier, you may also be eligible for a partial or full scholarship, please contact email@example.com for more information. To register, select your ticket for June 29th-we are only offering a full series option for this class and this ticket is for the entire series . The $50 class fee covers all four classes.
June 29 Water Bath Canning-learn to preserve jams, jellies, salsa, canned tomatoes, and more
July 6 Pressure Canning-learn to preserve low acid foods such as vegetables, meats, soups, and more
July 13 Fermentation and Pickling-we’ll learn all about sauerkraut and learn to ferment and make quick pickles and more!
July 20 Freezing, Drying, and Root Cellars-learn about other food storage methods including freezing, drying, root cellars and other microclimate storage, learn to reduce food waste and store food efficiently!