4-Hers learn to can Salsa


4-Hers learn to can salsa. Cody Meason puts his jar of salsa in hot water bath canner.


4-Her’s learn to fill canning jars with Salsa … Jaci Floyd, Winter Wolf and Bryce Wallace.


Bryan County Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service held a Canning Salsa 101 4-HSummer Day Camp. A total of ten 4-Hers learned to can Salsa, seven boys and three girls. Youth learned to safety chop and dice fresh produce, how to measure ingredients, how to properly fill the canning jars, and how to hot water bath salsa.

“Youth were so excited to fill their own canning jar with homemade salsa and thrilled to remove their very own jar of processed salsa out of the hot water bath canner. Each youth prepared two half pints of salsa and were encouraged to save one jar of their salsa to enter in the Bryan County Free Fair,” said Tommie M. James, FCS & 4-H Extension Educator, Bryan County.

For more information, about the Bryan County 4-H Program and upcoming 4-H events, contact the Bryan County OSU Extension Office at 924-5312 or check us out on the Bryan County 4-H Facebook. For information on food preservation and canning contact Tommie M. James. The Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service offers its programs to all eligible persons regardless of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, disability, or status as a veteran, and is equal opportunity employer.

Submitted by the Bryan County OSU Extension Office.

4-Hers learn to can salsa. Cody Meason puts his jar of salsa in hot water bath canner.
http://www.durantdemocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/web1_Salsa1.jpg4-Hers learn to can salsa. Cody Meason puts his jar of salsa in hot water bath canner.

4-Her’s learn to fill canning jars with Salsa … Jaci Floyd, Winter Wolf and Bryce Wallace.
http://www.durantdemocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/web1_Salsa2.jpg4-Her’s learn to fill canning jars with Salsa … Jaci Floyd, Winter Wolf and Bryce Wallace.
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