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,'/ + TM WWW<~HISPHERE,COM x Ibtl,llifit i!tl BYCARRIEKRUG, Home Canning, 2015, MSU/alCHU NDC0UNr F So Easy to Preserve, [ TENSl0N AGENT 6th edition, along with the Ball Blue Book As the summer Guide to Preserving, draws to a close and 37th ed 2014, are all harvesting season is great places to start on amongst us; canning, your canning/preserv- pickling, and preserv- ing journey. Another ing season is here too. note is any earlier edi- The number one pri- tions of these books ority when preserv- are not recommended ing your harvest is because science is al- the safety of the fin- ways changing, and ished product by de- recipes are updated stroying any bacteria, along with the new sci- and molds that might ence. If you're looking cause foodborne i11- for reliable resources nesses. One of them online, add EXTEN- being botulism, caused SION to your google by a toxin in bacteria, search looking for The bacteria can grow, .edu websites to help especially in improp- you find those reliable erly processed home- resources. canned foods. Adjusting your pro- Have no fear cessing time based on home-canning foods the altitude of where is still a great way.to you live will ensure preserve your har- your food is preserved vest. It is recommend- safely. If you live in ed to use recipes that Sidney, Savage, or Fair- have been tested and view the altitude is are from reputable under 2,000 feet, where sources. The National if you live in Lambert Center for Home Food the altitude is over Preservation, USDA 2,000 feet. The altitude Complete Guide to of where you live can change the processingprevent botulism. times, or if you're using Using a pressure can- a pressure canner the ner (dial or weighted lbs. of pressure you will gauge) and a boiling need to process your water canner are two product. These adjust- recommended methods ments are made to an- of preserving sure heat is distribut- your harvest ed evenly and for long using the can- enough to produce a ning process. Using a safe product, convection oven, dish- The acid level of what washer, pressure cook- your planning on pro- er/saucepans, and open cessing will also affect kettles are not recom- the method used to mended methods for preserve them safely, preserving because Low-acid foods such as they don't prevent the vegetables (except most growth of bacteria's tomato's), meats, fish, such as botulism. and poultry, need to be Did you know if you processed at a higher use a dial gauge canner temperature, which is that you should get it only reached by using a checked yearly for ac- pressure canner. Where curacy? Have no fear; high-acid foods such as this is a free service of. fruits (with naturally fared at your local MSU high acidity), tom,toes Extension office. In ad- with the added cid, dition to getting your and pickled prodmts dialgauge checked, can be canned in eiher MSUExtension offers a a boiling water career variety of resources on or a pressure career, canning safety. From Tomato's grown t(day walking you through have a lower natural safe canning practices, acidity (pH) level and helping you determine will need to be acidfied what went wrong, reli- before canning to mlp able, r esearch-based in- formation is f r o m available. M o n t O u i d e Contact the Richland Home-canning Using County Extension of- Boiling Water Canners rice at 433-1206, or stop and Pressure Canners in at 1499 N Central and Utah State Univer- Ave, Sidney for more sity: Avoiding Common information. (Major and Minor) Information referenced Canning Mistakes. ~L- - ": ::/ BY MELISSA MARKWOIDT Turkey Pinwheels Ingredients 2 large flour tortillas 4-6 ounces sliced turkey or meat of your choice 2-3 slices sharp cheddar cheese Romaine lettuce Choice of Philadelphia cream cheese spread (onion chive or vegetable works great here) & Instructions Spread creamcheese over tortillas using a spatula. Layer on turkey, cheese and lettuce (as well as any- thing you want to add in such as cucumbers, avocado even corn/black beans for a southwest feel) Roll the tortilla up into a tight log and place toothpicks down the center in about 1 -inch intervals. Using a sharp knife cut between each toothpick. Re- member to remove toothpicks before storing. Enjoy! Accompany with fresh vegetables and fruit. . .+ STOCKMAN BANK PRESENTS FOOD BANK DONATION Presenting a donation of 306 pounds of hamburger from Stockman Bank to the Richland County Food Bank are, from left, JD Mulkey, ag loan officer;, Cassandra Markwald, pres- ident of Richland County Food Bank; and Wade Whiteman, vice president, ag loan department manager for Stockman Bank. The beef was purchased at the 4-H livestock sale during the Richland County Fair. announcement Ziggy Richard Malkuch was bom July 31, 2019, to parents Mandy and Tyler Malkuch. He joins his brother Ozzy. He weighed 6 pounds and 8 ounces and was 20.~ inches long. Matemal grandparents are Rocky and Lori Norby, Sidney. Paternal grandparents are Doane and Dontta Malkuch, Baker.