November Pressure Canning Class

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Canning is a great way to preserve food, but it must be done safely to prevent the growth of harmful bacteria. Improper canning can lead to food poisoning and other health hazards. Therefore, it is important for people to learn about safe canning methods, including the use of proper equipment, the correct processing times and temperatures, and the proper storage of canned foods. With the costs of food rising, more people are interested in learning how to preserve their food. Family & Consumer Sciences Agents, Jessica Gardner & Sarah Ware had a great group of  people show up to their night pressure canning class on November 28th. pressure canning class pressure canning class pressure canning class