For making sweet spreads and canning fruit; canning with less sugar;
and drying and freezing strawberries without added sugar...
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Let's Get to the Basics
Do you have a dial pressure canner? Bring it by the Extension office to have it checked free of charge for pressure safety.
Our staff can also assist you with making sure gaskets and air vents are in good condition to preserve.
We also have a few helpful books available at a minimal cost.
- USDA Complete Guide to Canning, Rev. 2015
- 10 Tips for Home Canned Food
- Rapid Response Center- Food Preservation
- Exhibiting at the County Fair
- Preserving Vegetables (español: Verduras)
- Cucumbers (español: Pepinos)
- Beans (español: Frijoles)
- Peppers (español: Chiles)
- Sassy Salsa (español: Salsa Atrevida)
- Sweet Corn (español: Maiz Dulce)
- Tomatoes (español: Tomates)
- Preserving Green Beans
- Apples (español: Manzanas)
- Cherries (español: Cerezas)
- Peaches (español: Melocotones)
- Strawberries (español: Fresas)
- Drying Meats (español: Secando Carnes)
- Univ of Nebraska Food Pres.--Canning Recipes, Preserving Tips (many canning resources)
- Natl Center for Home Food Preservation-- links, articles, recipes etc (more canning resources)
- Find Your Altitude with USGS.gov Elevation search tool
- Where can I get replacement parts for my canner?