Food Preservation

Release schedule | Local

Meet the friends of horticulture from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. at 165 Agriculture Dr., Kenansville. This meeting is the third Thursday of the month. For more information, call 910-296-2143. Grace by Faith Pantry, 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m., Bethel Wesleyan Church, 2635 S. NC Hwy. 11, Rose-Hill. Uncooked food …

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TCL Introduces New TVs, Audio, Mobile and Smart Home Products for 2021

PARIS, September 8, 2021 / PRNewswire / – TCL Electronics (1070.HK), a leading player in the global television industry and a leading consumer electronics company, today showcased its latest product releases 2021, including an award-winning television and home audio devices, as well as as part of its forward-looking AI x …

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Gardening news roundup for September 2, 2021

LAWRENCE COUNTY (PA) Gardener training. The Lawrence County Penn State Master Gardeners will be hosting a basic training course this fall. There will be an information meeting to discuss this class and answer questions on August 26, 5-7 p.m., at Cascade Park, near the Gardens. The course will cover botany, …

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Brazilian police raid revealed ‘exceptional’ ancient fossil

Brazilian National Police force usually makes the headlines for their fatal drug seizures and crack down on illegal arms sales. But in 2013, federal police had a more unusual target in mind: ancient fossils from when dinosaurs roamed the Earth. Federal police conducted a thorough investigation into the country’s illegal …

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Will there be another canning jar shortage in fall 2021?

If anyone had the scoop on the state of affairs in the home preservation world, it would be Mason jar merchant, a retailer of glass jars and, of course, their lids. According to a blog post the site posted earlier this month, supplies of canning jar lids are still scarce. …

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Store Summer Fruits and Vegetables in a Safe and Tasty Way | Local ways of life

This is because the glass in the grocery jars is not very thick. They can break or explode at high temperatures. “Instead, use jars specifically made for canning,” Sweers said. “Many are inexpensive and readily available.” Another common canning mistake is when people create their own recipes. “Cooks can create …

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Windham: Have you thought about solar cooking? | Chroniclers

Around 1870, another Frenchman named Augustin Mouchot designed a box / oven heat trap and concave mirrors to create a solar oven, a solar still, a solar pump and ultimately the first solar steam engine. He saw great commercial potential for this invention in the sun-rich, fuel-poor French colonies of …

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Enjoy Fresh Summer Products and Their Health Benefits | The heart of the farm is the family

It’s Pennsylvania Produce Month, and it’s time to sample some fresh, ripe local produce. If we could “bottle” the health benefits of any food in pill form to prevent chronic disease and improve overall health, the products (fruits and vegetables) would be that food. The products are loaded with dietary …

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Former fast food restaurant to open in Pompeii this summer

This photo released on December 26, 2020 by the Pompeii Press Office shows a thermopolium, a sort of street “fast-food” counter in ancient Rome, which was unearthed in Pompeii, decorated with polychrome motifs and in a state of exceptional conservation LUIGI SPINA / AFP via Getty After having closed its …

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Governor Cuomo announces more than $ 21 million to conserve nearly 7,900 acres of farmland in New York City

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that more than $ 21.3 million is being provided to strengthen New York’s agriculture industry through the Farmland Protection Implementation Grant program. The 23 awarded projects will protect a total of 7,890 acres of valuable farmland, helping to keep farmland in production, encourage diversification …

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