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2021 Marketing Package: Home Food Preservation

Illinois Extension Nutrition and Wellness educators reached 1.8 million with their marketing efforts for the Fill Your Pantry: Home Food Preservation webinar series and 31 Days of Home Food…

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Eat Fresh, Eat Local: Storing Your Summer Harvest

After a bountiful summer harvest, you will want to ensure your fresh fruits and vegetables are properly stored and can be enjoyed well for months to come. Learn how to cure squash and the best…

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Clip of Eat Fresh, Eat Local: Preserve Like a Pro

Are you planning on preserving your garden’s bounty? This session will cover the pros and cons of canning, freezing, drying, and fermenting your favorite foods. You’ll walk away with a…

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Sell it Safely at the Farmers Market

Have you considered selling your homemade foods at a farmers market? Join University of Illinois Extension and the Illinois Stewardship Alliance in March for a timely class around selling at the…

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Fill Your Pantry Home Food Preservation: Processing Tomatoes

Do you expect an abundance of tomatoes in your garden, but you aren’t sure what to do with them? Whether canning, freezing, or drying, it’s important to follow up-to-date methods.…

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Fill Your Pantry for Home Food Preservation: Preserving Apples

Apples are ripening in Illinois orchards. Learn about the varieties of apples along with preservation methods. We will discuss juicing, freezing, canning, and dehydrating apples. All this…

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Fill Your Pantry Home Food Preservation: Pickles

Pickling is an ancient form of food preservation that involves the process of preserving or extending the shelf life of food by either anaerobic fermentation in brine or immersion in vinegar. Join us…

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Fill Your Pantry Home Food Preservation: Freezing Foods

Freezing foods at home is simple and require equipment you likely already have in your kitchen. For the best quality frozen fruits and vegetables, it is not enough to simply add foods to your…

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Fill Your Pantry Home Food Preservation:Fermentation

Fermentation is growing in popularity as a way to create foods and drinks with probiotic properties for healthy gut microbes and as a method of home food preservation. In this webinar, learn the…

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Fill Your Pantry Home Food Preservation: Drying

Dried foods make tasty, compact snacks. From jerky to dried fruit, dehydrating at home is easy to do. In this webinar, learn about up-to-date drying methods and equipment, ways to test for sufficient…

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Fill Your Pantry Home Food Preservation: Jams and Jellies

Make a sweet spread, such as jams and jellies, at home with your favorite berries and other fruits. Though sweet spreads are a popular home canned item, it is important to follow up-to-date canning…

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Fill Your Pantry Home Food Preservation: Canning

What is the difference between pressure canning and water bath canning? What equipment do I need? What recipes are safe to use? This webinar answers these questions, along with up-to-date information…

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