Freezing & Dehydrating Basics
Date: June 20, 2018
Time: 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Sponsor: Master Food Preservers of Amador/Calaveras
Location: Amador County GSA Building
Join the UCCE Master Food Preservers for two core food preservation topics: freezing and drying food.
Freezing Food: Tired of pulling something out of the freezer to find that it looks like the inside of an ancient artic cave filled with ice stalagmites? As simple as freezing foods sounds, there are multiple techniques to keep frozen food quality high. Learn how to keep food quality high in a freezer so you want to eat it instead of toss it.
Drying Food: Dehydrating is an easy and economical way to preserve large quantities of fresh produce in small containers. Learn how dehydrating food works and what makes it a safe preservation technique. Explore different styles of dehydrators and see several other drying techniques that require minimal effort and supplies. Leave confident in your abilities to dehydrate food for storage and then rehydrate food for meals.
Save a seat: Register for this free class at http://ucanr.edu/jun20_mfpclass. (Walk-ins welcome)
Location: Amador County GSA Building, 12200-B Airport Road, Jackson