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Preserving 101: Canning & Drying Tomatoes, Oakland

January 9, 2013

Tomatoes are here!!  October might as well be tomato month – it’s the month we’ve eaten all the fresh tomatoes we can stand and need to find a way to put them up for winter use.

This class will cover all the canning and drying basics as we preserve a gigantic tomato harvest.  We’ll chop, chop, chop, cook, can and dry to our heart’s content, showing you tips and tricks along the way to be a successful and happy preserver of all things good and delicious.

Attendees go home with a sampling of what we make that day – usually some canned diced tomatoes, tomato sauce and maybe even some salsa!

Buy two tickets and receive a 10% discount!

Supplies Required:  None required but you’ll have the option of purchasing a discounted canning starter kit including essential canning tools such as a hot jar lifter, magnetic lid grabber, funnel and more.

Limit: 16 people

Location:  This class is held at a home at 176 Marlow Drive in Oakland.  The San Leandro BART station is about two miles away and there is plenty of parking available.

Cancellation Policy:  Because our classes do tend to sell out we ask that you please give notice 48 hours advance if you are for some reason unable to make it to this class.  With a 48-hour notice we will try to fill your spot.  Because we buy supplies and ingredients in advance, this class is non-refundable.  However, if you keep an eye on our schedule and reach out to us a few days before a class we’ll try to fit you in if there’s space.

 

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