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Preserving The Harvest at Home

Date/Time

Sep 25, 2018
06:00 PM until 07:30 PM

Description

Learn how to preserve your garden’s abundance for later enjoyment. What method of putting food by works best with which produce? Holli will explain food preservation traditions for beginners—including canning, freezing, drying, fermenting, and root cellaring—while sharing her preferred techniques. Participants will acquire basic knowledge about each food preservation practice and several easy recipes to try at home. Seasonal samples will also be available to taste. Come with questions! Holli has 10+ years of homesteading experience to draw upon, in which she grew and preserved much of her diet. To register please visit: https://www.newmorn.com/classes-events/

Cost

$5.00

Location

View map New Morning Market
129 Main St North
Woodbury, CT

Additional Information

Sponsor

New Morning Market

Phone

203-263-4868

Region:

Litchfield

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