NEXT CANNING CLASS: SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 13th
at 3:00 pm EST
to can with us
or simply watch
Join the Assembly's Zoom Line!
WHAT EXACTLY IS CANNING?
Canning is a method for food preservation. Food (or an entire meal) is put in glass jars and through the "canning" process, these jars filled with food can last months or even years in some cases on shelves in your home, unrefrigerated! It's a great way to have food on hand for emergencies or in cases when it's not possible to purchase food. It's also a great way to always have a meal ready-to-go when you don't feel like cooking or have surprise home guests... or even when you have planned guests!
ABOUT THE CLASS
Men & women who regularly fellowship with the Assembly of Yahuah on Shabbats are all invited to our Fall Canning Classes! We will meet on the Assembly's Zoom line. You can join to just watch & learn, or can "live" with Sister Marsha who will be your coach! If you’d like to can with us, contact the Assembly to receive the directions for how to come to class prepared & ready to go! Your teacher will be Sister Marsha who is on a mission to help everyone in the Assembly store up at least one week of food through canning, and eventually, store up to 6-months for those who desire to do so.
HOW TO PREPARE
If you'd like to can "live" with us, be sure to click the blue button above to download all the things you need to come to class READY and PREPARED (there is no prepping during class; if you are not 100% ready to can, you may listen, observe and ask questions).
This first class will be to can potatoes, carrots, and pinto beans, and we're using the pressure canner (not the water bath canner). Again, download the Prep Sheet above if you desire to can with us.
RECORDING & FUTURE CLASSES
If you can't make it, no worries, the class will be recorded! There will also be a second and possibly third class in the near future! So no worries there either.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Here is some additional information you may desire to know!
Canning is a method for food preservation. Food is put in glass jars and through the "canning" process, these jars filled with food can last months or even years in some cases on shelves in your home, unrefrigerated!