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Preserving the harvest- our first fruits for Bikkurim

This workshop combines learning how to make and can fruit preserves with a Torah text study.
Jewish agricultural law requires farmers to bring their first fruits to Jerusalem to be consumed there during the festival holidays.  If the first fruits emerged at a different time of year, then farmers could preserve them to bring when the time was right.  Lets learn our modern methods of preservation techniques in order to save the fruits of our harvest for our own festival times.  Come make jam with seasonal produce.
Educators: Aaron Weinblatt (Boston Science Museum), Rabbi Natan Margalit (Organic Torah)
Sunday July 31, 2:00-5:00pm
Brookline, Temple Kehillath Israel,

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