Dehydrating Fruits and Vegetables

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Dehydrated foods

Do you have an abundance of garden vegetables? Do you want to preserve your favorite in-season fruits and vegetables to enjoy in the off-season? Dehydration is a method of home food preservation. Safe Plates for Home Food Preservation’s Drying workshop is designed for North Carolinians who wish to gain knowledge on how to dehydrate food in their home kitchen. This curriculum teaches basic drying principles, foods to dehydrate, and the different methods of drying.

Event Details  

Date: Saturday, September 25, 2021
 Time: 9:30 a.m. to noon
 Location: Agricultural Building                                                                                                     1450 Fairchild Rd, Winston-Salem and online

Join us to learn techniques and methods for dehydrating your fruits, vegetables, and meats. Registration is required and limited to 10 in-person participants but unlimited for Zoom viewing. Please register on Eventbrite to reserve your spot.

You can register at: go.ncsu.edu/forsyth-eventbrite