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    Default FREE Self-Study Course in Food Preservation

    Do you want to learn more about preserving food at home?

    The National Center for Home Food Preservation offers a free, self-paced, online course for those wanting to learn more about home canning and preservation. The course provides an introduction to food preservation, and includes topics such as general canning, canning acid foods and canning low-acid foods. The course is offered in the University of Georgia eLC system, and those interested must register to receive a login. If this is something you want to learn more about, you can register at https://spock.fcs.uga.edu/ext/food/nchfp_elc/

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    Thanks LB. I bookmarked it........will go back and explore/register later.

    Gees......this is great timing too with garden going in.......only know one thing I am doing that is a no-no....and only do it for jam!

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    Quote Originally Posted by frugalfranny View Post
    ....only know one thing I am doing that is a no-no....and only do it for jam!
    Now I'm really curious....what's your no-no and why do you do it that way?

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    THANK YOU! THANK YOU!
    THANK YOU!

    I'm trying to... um... teach myself lol so this is VERY VERY welcomed!

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    Thanks for sharing. I will look into this.

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    Thanks for sharing!!!

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    I tried to thank 'Luckybustert' for posting this link, but there was some type of technical error thing, sooooo....THANK YOU!!!!
    I've been interested in home canning for the last few years, but wasn't sure...My MIL cans, but only on certain things. She's taught me some things, but this site looks like what I've been needing!
    Thank you, thank you, thank you!!

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    Thanks! When asked what my current food preservation experience was, I had to answer, "Freezing left overs." My cup is really, really empty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mek42 View Post
    Thanks! When asked what my current food preservation experience was, I had to answer, "Freezing left overs." My cup is really, really empty.
    Love your "freezing left overs" answer...very funny! And don't worry about your cup being really, really empty because it'll get really, really full with all you learn here as a member of the FV community!

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    Thank you, this is just what I have been looking for!
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