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Preserve @ Home - An Online Hybrid Course

Participants learn how to produce high quality preserved foods and the science behind food preservation and food safety. Anyone with an interest in food preservation and food safety can enroll in Preserve @ Home. Individuals with little or no previous food preservation experience are welcome. Students progress through weekly lessons at their own pace or at a time convenient to them, with an online chat session each Thursday at 1:00 PM, beginning on January 24. Read more...
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Are one piece lids approved?

Are one piece lids approved for water bath canning? I was wanting to switch to one piece plastisol lined canning lids for jam- the continuous thread type not lug. are they acceptable for products sold at farmer's markets or at our farm store?

By Sara Runkel

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How do I turn my grapes into raisins?

I want to know the steps to make raisins from grapes I have grown.

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Is canning with fresh lemon juice a safety risk?

I used fresh squeezed lemon and lime juice for canning salsa in water bath. is that ok?

By Jeanne Brandt

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Featured Question

Are one piece lids approved?

Are one piece lids approved for water bath canning? I was wanting to switch to one piece plastisol lined canning lids for jam- the continuous thread type not lug. are they acceptable for products sold at farmer's markets or at our farm store?

By Sara Runkel