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Come Grow With Us! - Pressure Canning
Tue, May 23, 2017, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM CDT
*Will be held at the Osawatomie High School (1200 Parker Ave, Osawatomie, KS)
Canning food at home is a great way to preserve fresh food for later use. Most importantly, food must be canned properly and safely to prevent foodborne illness. A pressure canner is needed to safely can low-acid food like vegetables, vegetable mixtures, red meats and wild game meats, poultry, and seafood and fish. Join Karen Blakeslee (K-State Research & Extension Food Science Specialist) and Extension Master Food Volunteers to learn the techniques and best practices for preserving food using a pressure canner. During this hands-on class, participants will can a vegetable before taking the how-to guide and their canned goods home. Must have attended Food Preservation 101. Class size is limited: Minimum 10, Maximum 21 participants.
Registration Deadline: May 16