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Photo submittedThe Bell County Cooperative Extension Service held a food preservation class on the basics of canning your fruits and vegetables safely on July 15. Participants made quick grape jelly to take home. All attendees received researched-based publications from the University of Kentucky on recipes for home canning. For more information on Extension programming or materials, contact FCS Agent Rebecca Miller at 606-337-2376.
Photo submittedThe Bell County Cooperative Extension Service held a food preservation class on the basics of canning your fruits and vegetables safely on July 15. Participants made quick grape jelly to take home. All attendees received researched-based publications from the University of Kentucky on recipes for home canning. For more information on Extension programming or materials, contact FCS Agent Rebecca Miller at 606-337-2376.
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The Bell County Cooperative Extension Service held a food preservation class on the basics of canning your fruits and vegetables safely on July 15. Participants made quick grape jelly to take home. All attendees received researched-based publications from the University of Kentucky on recipes for home canning. For more information on Extension programming or materials, contact FCS Agent Rebecca Miller at 606-337-2376.


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