Freeze to Preserve Classes

— Written By CatieJo Black
en Español

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One of the simplest and most cost-effective methods to preserve produce and meat is by freezing. While this may not be the best quality method for all produce, but it can be great for many! We will review best practices and recommendations for freezing and which foods this works best with as well as practice hands-on with a vacuum sealer. We will also review other freezing methods, such as in freezer zippered bags or in glass or plastic jars.

There is only ONE public class for this preservation method. Be sure to sign up quickly to reserve your seat! Class will be held in the Teaching Kitchen within the Government Building.

Registration is FREE (thanks to wonderful grants from Vidant Beaufort Hospital and NC Community Foundation-Beaufort-Hyde Unrestricted Fund) and is limited to 12 participants.

Public registration: July 14, 2021, 1:30–3:30 p.m.

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CatieJo Black, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionCatieJo BlackExtension Agent, Family and Consumer Sciences Call CatieJo Email CatieJo N.C. Cooperative Extension, Hyde County Center
Updated on Jul 12, 2021
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