Small Pantry Canning – August

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 13/08/2017
9:00 am - 1:00 pm

Location
Rockmosa Community Centre

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There is nothing as satisfying as opening the jar of peaches from your stash in February or putting together a beautiful gift basket assortment of your handmade jars for someone special. Learning the art of canning is a great way to connect with food and community while stocking your cupboard with delicious, fresh reminders of summer.

This introduction to water bath canning is a hands-on, fast-paced and fun workshop designed to empower and help you to feel confident in making delicious, shelf-stable jars of preserves that you can enjoy all year long. We will focus on small batch canning of high acid foods that can be canned in a water bath with simple equipment in our home. We’ll also talk about tips for tackling bigger batches and ways to put food by until you are ready to can it.

$125.00 Regular Price
For more information and to register, click here

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You will learn about:

  • The equipment  – basic need-to-haves and nice-to-haves
  • Preparing fruits and vegetables
  • Canning and food safety
  • Ingredients used in canning (besides the fruits and vegetables)
  • The canning process
  • Different types of canned preserves

You will want to attend this workshop if:

  • You want more control over what does into some of the foods you feed yourself and your family.
  • Fear or uncertainty about canning safety keeps you from trying it.
  • You are curious about canning but don’t know where to start or it seems too overwhelming.
  • You love the idea of getting together with a bunch of people to prepare food.

You will get:

  • Insights, guidance, and trouble shooting tips
  • The opportunity to practice preparing and canning a pickle, a salsa, and a jam.
  • An assortment of handmade preserves to take home that you helped to make.
  • Recipes for the preserves made in the workshop plus a couple of Joanne’s favourites.

 

 

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