Food Preservation

Information on home food safety, including canning and freezing sauerkraut, pickles, meat, poultry, vegetables, fruits, beans, fruit pie fillings, jellies, jams and spreads. Tips on harvesting and preserving herbs and spices and home cheesemaking.

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Andy Hirneisen, Penn State University
Home Food Preservation: Hands-On Water Bath Canning Training - Workshops Workshops
$25.00
Join us to learn the basics of water bath and atmospheric steam canning. More
Andy Hirneisen, Penn State University
Home Food Preservation: Hands-On Pressure Canning Training - Workshops Workshops
$25.00
Learn the science behind pressure canning recommendations as well as the basics of using a pressure canner based on current USDA canning guidelines. More
Jon Cofer, Penn State University
Prepare for the Canning Season - Articles Articles
It's time to plan ahead for home canning this summer. Start by checking your equipment and supplies. Proper equipment in good condition is required for safe, high quality home canned food. More
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Preserving Rhubarb - Articles Articles

Preserving Rhubarb

Martha Zepp

Learn how to properly preserve the interesting vegetable - Rhubarb! More
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Understanding the Process of Freezing - Articles Articles
To preserve high quality frozen foods it is important to understand the freezing process. More
Selecting Canners for Home Food Preservation
Selecting Canners for Home Food Preservation - Videos Videos

Selecting Canners for Home Food Preservation

Stacy Reed, MS, Martha Zepp, Andy Hirneisen, MA

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Food Safety - Home Food Preservation tips on choosing equipment More
Andy Hirneisen, Penn State University
Home Food Preservation: Fermented Pickles & Sauerkraut - Workshops Workshops
$15.00
Learn about today's recommended methods for home food preservation while dispelling food preservation myths and unsafe practices of the past. More
Andy Hirneisen, Penn State University
Home Food Preservation: Introduction to Drying - Workshops Workshops

Home Food Preservation: Introduction to Drying

Multiple Options Available

$15.00
Learn about today's recommended methods for home food preservation while dispelling food preservation myths and unsafe practices of the past. More
Home Food Preservation: Wild Game
Home Food Preservation: Wild Game - Workshops Workshops

Home Food Preservation: Wild Game

10/01/2018

Leesport, PA

$15.00
Learn about today's recommended methods for home food preservation while dispelling food preservation myths and unsafe practices of the past. More
Andy Hirneisen, Penn State University
Home Food Preservation: Tomatoes and Salsa - Workshops Workshops

Home Food Preservation: Tomatoes and Salsa

Multiple Options Available

$15.00
Learn about today's recommended methods for home food preservation while dispelling food preservation myths and unsafe practices of the past. More
Andy Hirneisen, Penn State University
Home Food Preservation: Pressure Canning - Workshops Workshops

Home Food Preservation: Pressure Canning

Multiple Options Available

From: $7.50

To: $15.00

Learn the science behind pressure canning recommendations as well as the basics of using a pressure canner based on current USDA canning guidelines. More
Andy Hirneisen, Penn State University
Home Food Preservation: Pickling - Workshops Workshops

Home Food Preservation: Pickling

Multiple Options Available

$15.00
Learn about today's recommended methods for home food preservation while dispelling food preservation myths and unsafe practices of the past. More
Andy Hirneisen, Penn State University
Home Food Preservation: Introduction to Preserving - Workshops Workshops
$15.00
Learn about today's recommended methods for home food preservation while dispelling food preservation myths and unsafe practices of the past. More
Let's Preserve: Potatoes and Sweet Potatoes
Let's Preserve: Potatoes and Sweet Potatoes - Articles Articles

Let's Preserve: Potatoes and Sweet Potatoes

Martha Zepp, Andy Hirneisen, MA, Luke LaBorde, Ph.D.

For canning potatoes, select the “waxy” or “boiling” kinds. Most red-skin potatoes are suitable, and many white or gold round new potatoes with thin skins work well, too. More
Let's Preserve: Root Vegetables - Beets, Carrots, Turnips, and Rutabagas
Let's Preserve: Root Vegetables - Beets, Carrots, Turnips, and Rutabagas - Articles Articles

Let's Preserve: Root Vegetables - Beets, Carrots, Turnips, and Rutabagas

Martha Zepp, Andy Hirneisen, MA, Luke LaBorde, Ph.D.

Root vegetables must be processed in a pressure canner. They cannot be safely canned in a boiling water bath or atmospheric steam canner. More
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