"You Can!" Food Preservation Series
Class Series - Learn the basics of food preservation so you can eat well year round by filling your pantry and freezer with the bounty from the Pacific Northwest!
These classes bring you up to date on the latest recommendations, teach you how to process your food safely and tell you why you are doing it that way.
You will also learn what equipment is needed and proper storage methods.
Participants receive printed materials, enjoy an extensive Q&A at the end of the class and taste sample examples of preserved products.
All Seven classes cover:
July 20- Canning Fruits, Sauces, and Pie fillings
Learn the basics of preserving fruits and fruit mixtures. Discover how to can fruits with low sugar, and how to make sauces, and pie fillings. You will also learn how determine if the product is safe to eat.
July 27- Jams & Jellies
Learn all the different kinds of jellied products and the different ways to thicken your product, making low sugar jellied products, how to fix a jam that will not set, and more.
August 3- Pickling Fruits and Vegetables
Learn how to successfully pickle fruits and vegetables. What is difference between quick pack and fermented pickles? What are some of the pickle pitfalls, and how do you determine if pickles are safe to eat.
August 10 - Canning Tomatoes and Salsas
The many varieties of tomatoes can make preserving tomatoes and salsas challenging. Learn how you can safely preserve salsas and tomato products.
August 17- Dehydrating Fruits and Vegetables
Learn the basics of dehydrating produce successfully and what is the best equipment to use for drying. Learn about pre-treatment methods, storage, proper containers and creative ideas.
August 24- Preserving Vegetables, Beans and Soups
Learn the basics of pressure canning, how to select a pressure canner and why it is used. Learn the safe procedures for preserving and freezing vegetables, beans, soups and broth.
August 31- Preserving Meat, Fish, Poultry,and making Jerky
Learn the basics of pressure canning, drying and freezing meat, fish and poultry. You will also learn the proper method of making jerky.
78th Street Heritage Farm (View)
1919 NE 78th Street
Vancouver, WA 98665
|Minimum Age: 14|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|