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Class offered on preserving, freezing and recipes on citrus

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A citrus preservation class taught by UC Master Food Preservers, will educate students on canning, dehydrating and freezing. The class will focus on preserving citrus to use throughout the year in family’s meals with lead instructor Sue Mosbacher, UCCE master food preserver program coordinator.

Learn how to make citrus-based marmalade and jelly, and how to can citrus sections. See how to use almost all parts of citrus by making candied citrus peel, preserved peels, citrus salt, powdered citrus peel, and edible potpourri. Get tips and tricks to make citrus maintain top quality in the freezer. Throughout the class suggestions will be given on how to incorporate preserved citrus in meals as well as recipes.

The class will take place from 1 to 4 p.m. Jan. 25 at the Auburn Veterans Hall in Auburn. Cost for the class is $15. Pre-registration is required at ucanr.edu/citrus_jan25. For more information, contact Robin Cleveland at rkcleveland@ucanr.edu or 530-621-5528.