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Pressure Canning Shelf Stable Vegetable Soup!
Join Slow Food Preservers Los Angeles on Saturday October 22nd for a hands-on class making Vegetable soup with the fall's bounty of produce and then pressure canning it for shelf stable storage. Learn how to make and safely can your own soup with only your fresh ingredients for enjoyment all winter long!
Upcoming Preserving Classes
Santa Monica Farmers Market Virginia Avenue Park
Monthly preserving classes are held in the Thelma Terry Workshop 3 at Santa Monica Farmer's Market Virginia Avenue Park
Every fourth Saturday of the month
10:00 am – 12:00 noon
- You must be over the age of 12 years to attend
- Classes are free, but registration is required.
- November 19th — Applebutter and Gifts in Jars!
- More classes coming in 2017!
WHAT TO BRING FOR ALL CLASSES:
- Knife - chef's and pairing knife
- Cutting Board
- Medium Sized Bowl
- Hair Tie for Your Safety and Food Safety
- Food Safety Gloves (if needed)
- Extra Food Storage Bags (so things don't spill on the way home!)
Parking is available at Pico Blvd at 23rd Street (farmers market parking) OR in the Virginia Ave Park Lot, accessed from Virginia Ave (one block north, parallel to Pico Blvd. between Cloverfield and 20th St.)
Overflow Parking is available in the Venice Family Clinic parking lot (0.4 miles away) located at 2509 Pico Blvd. Use any parking space facing a wall.
Slow Food Preservers Los Angeles
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When & Where
Santa Monica Farmers Markets
The City of Santa Monica oversees the operation and management of four Certified Farmers’ Markets (CFMs). An estimated 900,000 shoppers visit the markets every year. Collectively, they provide customers with a selection of fresh, seasonal produce year-round that is pre-eminent among farmers' market programs in the state.
The Santa Monica Farmers Markets are committed to promoting healthful eating and sustainable agriculture in California by providing fresh agricultural products from small farms to urban customers, thereby building community and preserving California farmland.