Pressure canners have been used for many years to safely preserve vegetable and meat products, and other "low-acid foods". However, those newer to canning may not understand how one works, especially with the sounds, bubbling, etc. that it makes while it's processing!
This hands-on class will focus on how a pressure canner works to help participants become familiar with it, and give you the opportunity to make and take a vegetable product home in time for the holidays.
You have the option to make and take a project home ($10) or to watch and learn without making a project (free). Guests not making a product can register for a "free" ticket.
The focus of the lesson will be contingent on the number of projects set to be made.
Please allow 24 hours for the jars to finish processing (cooling). Jars can be picked up that week.
The cost covers canning equipment, materials, food, and facility use.
Questions? Contact Gabi Murza at email@example.com or 321-697-3005.