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Facebook Live Jelly Demo this Thursday

Friends! Join me on Thursday, March 9 at 9 pm eastern/ 6 pm pacific for an hour-long Facebook livestream over on the Food in Jars Facebook page. I’ll show you how to make a batch of tart cherry jelly using store bought juice, we’ll talk about shrubs, AND I’ll answer all your questions about this month’s Mastery Challenge.

Also, as we move further into the canning season, I plan on doing more of these livestreams and hope to get on a regular schedule with them. I’m hoping that you guys will give me a little insight as to what you’d most like to see from these broadcasts. If you have a minute or two, please do fill out the questionnaire below. Thank you!

Updated!

If you missed the live broadcast, all is not lost! Thanks to the magic of Facebook, you can also watch the broadcast right here.

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Upcoming Live Online Classes

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I taught my first live online class last month and learned a lot from the experience about what I can accomplish in an hour and what seems to be useful to those of you who tuned in. I’ve scheduled three more sessions for the coming months and hope that some of you will join me.

Instead of charging a flat fee for the class, I’ve changed to a pay what you wish format. My hope is that by opening up the classes, more of you will participate and the session will become increasingly useful as a result. I’ve also moved the start time back to 8 pm eastern time so that it’s more convenient for the west coast folks.

  • Tuesday, June 23 – This is a basics of boiling water bath canning class. I’ll show you my various canning set-ups, talk you through filling jars, processing, troubleshooting, and tips for storage. Sign up here.
  • Monday, July 13 – This is a live can-a-long class. I’ll publish the small batch peach jam recipe ahead of time and tell you what you should have prepped, so that you can cook and can with me if you want. Sign up here.
  • Tuesday, August 4 – This session is dedicated to pickling. I’ll talk about quick, preserved, and fermented pickles and offer tips on storage, safety, and improvisation. Sign up here.

All these classes are being offered on Concert Window. Unfortunately, they don’t offer the ability to capture the full class for future viewing, so these are once and done experiences.

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