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April 2017
$58

Garnish Your Bloody Mary – aka. Pickling & Canning Vegetables (N&F)

Wednesday, April 5 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Nic & Fig’s,
425 2nd Street, Lake Oswego, OR 97034 United States
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There are many reasons to pickle your vegetables. One of our very favorites is to creatively garnish a Bloody Mary! Learn how to make your favorite veggies last by turning them into pickles for your pantry using the science of water bath canning. We’ll discuss safety, equipment and reliable resources while working through the whole process together in class. Expect to go home with several jars of your own pickled creations. This is class is being offered through Nic &…

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$58

Vegetable Fermentation (N&F)

Friday, April 14 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Nic & Fig’s,
425 2nd Street, Lake Oswego, OR 97034 United States
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It’s amazing what a little salt, some well-chosen spices and a bit of time can do to a vegetable! Learn the basic processes involved in fermenting vegetables while making your own jars of sauerkraut and kimchi to take home. This class is being offered through Nic & Fig’s. In order to register, please go to their website.  

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$52

Pressure Canning 101 (N&F)

Friday, April 21 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Nic & Fig’s,
425 2nd Street, Lake Oswego, OR 97034 United States
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Don’t let tales of kitchen explosions or botulism scare you away from pressure canning! Take your canning skills beyond basic jams and pickles to soups, beans and other hearty options. Learn to create nutritious canned foods year-round. We’ll discuss equipment options, safe processes and reliable resources, all while canning our own vegetable soup stock together in class. This class is being offered through Nic & Fig’s. In order to register, please go to their website.

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$55

Ferment Your Vegetables (NS)

Thursday, April 27 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
New Seasons Happy Valley,
15861 SE Happy Valley Town Center Dr, Happy Valley, OR 97086 United States
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It’s amazing what a little salt, some well-chosen spices and a bit of time can do to a vegetable! Learn the basic processes involved in fermenting nearly any vegetable and discuss the current research around health benefits, all while making your own jars of sauerkraut and kimchi to take home. Class Ticket 1 student $55.00 USD2 students $110.00 USD3 students $165.00 USD

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May 2017
$58

Fruit Preserves (N&F)

Wednesday, May 3 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Nic & Fig’s,
425 2nd Street, Lake Oswego, OR 97034 United States
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Spring fruits are right around the corner! Jams, jellies, pie fillings, chutneys… Learn how to make your favorite fruits last by turning them into preserves for your pantry using the science of water bath canning. We’ll discuss safety, equipment and reliable resources while working through the whole process together in class. Expect to go home with several jars of your own fruit preserves. This class is being offered through Nic & Fig’s. Please see their website to register.  

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Introduction to Water Bath Canning (PCC SE)

Wednesday, May 10 @ 6:00 pm - 8:50 pm
PCC Southeast Campus Community Hall Annex,
2305 SE 82nd Ave , Portland, OR 97216-1413 United States
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Learn how to make your favorite fruits and veggies last by turning them into pickles or preserves for your pantry using the science of water bath canning. We’ll discuss safety, equipment and reliable resources, all while working through the whole process together in class. This class is being offered through Portland Community College’s Community Education program in the Spring 2017 term at PCC’s Southeast Campus. It is Course Number (CRN) 26606. To register, see the PCC website.

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Basic Vegetable Fermentation (PCC SE)

Wednesday, May 24 @ 6:30 pm - 8:50 pm
PCC Southeast Campus Community Hall Annex,
2305 SE 82nd Ave , Portland, OR 97216-1413 United States
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It’s amazing what a little salt, some well-chosen spices and a bit of time can do to a vegetable! Learn the basic processes involved in fermenting vegetables while making your own jars of sauerkraut and kimchi to take home. This class is being offered through Portland Community College’s Community Education program in the Spring 2017 term at PCC’s Southeast Campus. It is Course Number (CRN) 25099. To register, see the PCC website.

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June 2017

Introduction to Water Bath Canning (PCC SE)

Wednesday, June 28 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
PCC Southeast Campus Community Hall Annex,
2305 SE 82nd Ave , Portland, OR 97216-1413 United States
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Learn how to make your favorite fruits and veggies last by turning them into pickles or preserves for your pantry using the science of water bath canning. We’ll discuss safety, equipment and reliable resources, all while working through the whole process together in class. This class is being offered through Portland Community College’s Community Education program in the Summer 2017 term at PCC’s Southeast Campus. When registration for this term opens, we’ll post a link to this class here.

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July 2017

Garnish Your Bloody Mary – aka. Pickling & Canning Vegetables (PCC SE)

Wednesday, July 19 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
PCC Southeast Campus Community Hall Annex,
2305 SE 82nd Ave , Portland, OR 97216-1413 United States
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There are so many reasons to pickle your vegetables, but one of our favorites is to garnish a Bloody Mary! Learn how to make your favorite veggies last by turning them into pickles for your pantry using the science of water bath canning. We’ll discuss safety, equipment and reliable resources, while working through the whole process together in class. Expect to go home with several jars of your own pickled creations. This class is being offered through Portland Community College’s Community…

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August 2017

Tackling Tomatoes (PCC SE)

Wednesday, August 16 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
PCC Southeast Campus Community Hall Annex,
2305 SE 82nd Ave , Portland, OR 97216-1413 United States
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There is nothing quite like a fresh, in-season tomato. How can we hold on to that incredible flavor year-round? By learning to safely preserve them. Can your own diced tomatoes, and learn about everything from water bath and pressure canning to dehydrating and freezing this multi-purpose fruit. This class is being offered through Portland Community College’s Community Education program in the Summer 2017 term at PCC’s Southeast Campus. When registration for this term opens, we’ll post a link to this class here.

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