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Just because it seals, doesn’t mean it’s safe!

Whether your interest in home canning is a new kitchen adventure, a continuing hobby or a way to take advantage of seasonal fresh produce, K-State Research and Extension can help you do it safely.
Plan to join us for “Food Preservation Basics” at noon on Thursday, Aug. 17, at the Cottonwood Extension District office, 1800 12th Street in Great Bend. Cottonwood District Agent Linda Beech will review the science of preserving food at home. In this free one-hour program, you will receive the latest home canning guidelines, plus advice on canning equipment and products.
Participants will learn that just because ...


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