Food preservation 101


Photo submitted Few things taste better than fresh picked produce. Several Bell County residents learned just how they could savor the flavor of summer’s bounty throughout the year and save money on groceries by safely preserving fresh fruits and vegetables. The University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Bell County office taught some community members how to properly preserve their food by conducting a food preservation workshop. Above participants took part in hands on activities to learn how to use the pressure canner and water boiling bath to process foods like salsa and green beans. By learning how to preserve food the correct way residents will protect and maintain the health of their families. For more information on food preservation or have your gauge tested, contact the Bell County Extension Office at 606-337-2376.


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Few things taste better than fresh picked produce. Several Bell County residents learned just how they could savor the flavor of summer’s bounty throughout the year and save money on groceries by safely preserving fresh fruits and vegetables. The University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Bell County office taught some community members how to properly preserve their food by conducting a food preservation workshop. Above participants took part in hands on activities to learn how to use the pressure canner and water boiling bath to process foods like salsa and green beans. By learning how to preserve food the correct way residents will protect and maintain the health of their families. For more information on food preservation or have your gauge tested, contact the Bell County Extension Office at 606-337-2376.

Photo submitted Few things taste better than fresh picked produce. Several Bell County residents learned just how they could savor the flavor of summer’s bounty throughout the year and save money on groceries by safely preserving fresh fruits and vegetables. The University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Bell County office taught some community members how to properly preserve their food by conducting a food preservation workshop. Above participants took part in hands on activities to learn how to use the pressure canner and water boiling bath to process foods like salsa and green beans. By learning how to preserve food the correct way residents will protect and maintain the health of their families. For more information on food preservation or have your gauge tested, contact the Bell County Extension Office at 606-337-2376.
http://middlesborodailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_Food-Preservation.jpgPhoto submitted Few things taste better than fresh picked produce. Several Bell County residents learned just how they could savor the flavor of summer’s bounty throughout the year and save money on groceries by safely preserving fresh fruits and vegetables. The University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Bell County office taught some community members how to properly preserve their food by conducting a food preservation workshop. Above participants took part in hands on activities to learn how to use the pressure canner and water boiling bath to process foods like salsa and green beans. By learning how to preserve food the correct way residents will protect and maintain the health of their families. For more information on food preservation or have your gauge tested, contact the Bell County Extension Office at 606-337-2376.
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