OSU Extension Service Teaches Food Preservation

Dehydrated foods is the topic of the next Master Food Preservers workshop held on Saturday, October 6th at 10am at the OSU Extension Service. Workshop participants will learn how to dehydrate fruits and vegetables and learn creative ways to use the finished products.

Participants will hear “10 Reasons to Dehydrate,” “Meals in a Jar,” “Trash Talk – Making Use of Your Fruit and Vegetable Scraps,” and more. You will also learn about creating your own Bug-Out-Bag to prepare for an emergency.

The workshop will be held at the OSU Extension Service, 631 Alder Street in Myrtle Point. Cost is $10. Preregistration is recommended by calling the Extension office at 541-572-5263, ext. 292.

Following this workshop, two more will be held this fall: Using Your Bean: Cooking and Using Legumes on October 20, 10 to 1, $10; and Gifts from the Kitchen, November 3, 10 to 2, $15. All the workshops will be held at OSU Extension Service, 631 Alder Street in Myrtle Point. Call 541-572-5263, ext. 292 to sign-up.

This entry was posted on Wednesday, September 26th, 2012 and is filed under Local News, Public Service Announcements.