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I Eat Local Because I Can: Canning Classes at Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture
Canning Skill Share at the Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture
This series of classes comes out of a desire to practice the skills of sustainable living. As we confront climate change, peak oil, and a devestating economic recession, we want to learn and teach methods that allow us to live closer to the earth, eat locally, and create community.
Everyone who attends will get a jar of something to bring home.
We eat what we can, and we can what we can't!
August 12th - Jams (Late Summer Fruits)
September 23rd - Jams (Late Summer/ Fall Fruits)
October 21st - Pickling
We will provide food and supplies for the workshop and you will take home a few jars.
What to Bring:
Your Questions and Interests
Knife/ Cutting board
We will provide:
Lauri McBride is volunteering as a Master Canner, and sharing her knowledge from years of running her own artisanal jam company in upstate New York.
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A humanist religious organization dedicated to improving the ethical quality of relationships in personal lives and in the world.
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