Food Preservation

pressuer cannerPressure Canner Testing (for dial gauges only) at the UW-Extension office by appointment: 715-748-3327

Safe and Healthy: Preserving Food at Home   A blog with information about safely preserving food at home by Barb Ingham, UW-Extension Food Safety Specialist.

Food Preservation Publications Order Form  (.pdf)
Bulletins may be picked up at the Taylor County UW-Extension Office (925 Donald St., Medford), ordered by mail, or accessed on-line at learningstore.uwex.edu.

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UW Food Safety and Health
National Center for Home Food Preservation
UW-Extension Food Preservation Publications Online

Food Preservation Fact Sheets

For a Fresh Taste of Summer Year Round, Try Freezing Garden Produce
Freezing Vegetables
Yields for Canned or Frozen Fruits and Vegetables
Delicious Frozen Corn Year Round

Make Jam This Summer with Your Bounty of Fruit
5 Tips for a Successful Home Canning Season
Ensure a Healthy Harvest
Pressure Canners Are Not the Same as Pressure Cookers

Add Acid to Tomatoes When Canning – Here’s Why
Using Clear Jel ®
Making Safe Jerky in a Home Dehydrator
Recipes for Beef or Venison Jerky

Need more answers to your food preservation questions?
Call Taylor County UW-Extension Family Living Agent, Peggy Nordgren, 715-748-3341 or email peggy.nordgren@ces.uwex.edu.