Canning and Preserving Questions?

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If this is your first time canning or you are a veteran canning and preserving expert but have had some problems with something you have recently preserved, we are here to help. N.C. Cooperative Extension, Cherokee County Center can provide you with researched based answers to your canning questions.

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We don’t want you or your family to get sick from badly home processed foods and sometimes canning can be scary if you have never done it before. And even our veteran home preservers have questions from time to time.

This website, General Canning, has some great resources for your home canning needs and if you need to get your dial gauge on your pressure canner checked our office can help with that as well. If you can’t find what you are looking and need some help please call our office at 828-837-2210 and we will be glad to help you.

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Some of the the great information that you will find on the General Canning website is on Trouble Shooting Canning Problems. It is a great resource for when you are not sure about why your home canned goods didn’t can properly.