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Community Cooking Club

  • Needs a date

  • Needs a location

  • I prefer to cook in community. Let's cook from "Nourishing Traditions" and learn to follow these more than healthy guidelines. Who wants to brainstorm about how to set up menu planning, grocery shopping, and cooking together?

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  • Kathryn H.

    We will do hands-on for both Water Bath Canning (fruits, conserves, jams) and Pressure Canning (soups and stews).

    January 11, 2016

  • Kathryn H.

    Please join me for Canning 101 on Saturday, Jan. 30th at 1:00 sponsored by Permaculture Denton. Here is the link:

    January 11, 2016

  • Douchka

    I'd love to participate and even contribute with Ayurvedic cooking;)

    November 3, 2015

  • Jim C.

    Kathryn, Please keep me posted on the dates/location. If you happen to have one before then please let me know. Hope to have lots coming out of the garden this summer.

    May 12, 2015

  • Kathryn H.

    I plan to offer classes this November 2015 through February 2016 at one of the licensed kitchens in the DFW area. I can teach two kinds of canning, one with a Boiling Water Bath Canner and one with a Pressure Canner. BWB Canning is for jellies and fruits. PC is for veggies and meats and broths and mushrooms and takes much longer once the canner is filled. The time element is both processes involves cutting up the produce. We can meet weekly, biweekly, or monthly. We can go to the Farmer's Market (Shed One for local producers) or order bulk through to see what is available. Right now, we are eating stews, conserves, soups and fruits which I canned last winter. Very convenient, mostly organic, and most important, I know where the food came from (mostly!).

    May 12, 2015

  • Jim C.

    Purchased some land and starting a garden, Like to learn canning practices.

    May 10, 2015

  • Kathryn H.

    I will look for a venue to start a cooking club and check out the requirements, costs, times, etc. I am thinking Sunday afternoons might be best, but, again, that will depend on the venue. Thanks for your interest.

    November 29, 2014

  • Pastor S.

    I am very much so interested in doing the same thing Kathryn. I look forward to the next meeting. Please keep me posted on a date. I will be bringing my daughter with me as my guess.

    October 25, 2014

  • Kathryn H.

    I have been pressure canning during the holidays, soups that include meat or beans and also chicken stock. It is a really good feeling to be able to make healthy foods from scratch and to preserve them for my family.

    December 28, 2012

  • Kathryn H.

    This will NOT be a revisit of Julie and Julia. I would like to become more knowledgeable about wheat and other grains, fermented foods and beverages, coconut oil, etc. I love the recipe for "Crispy Nuts", more healthy once the enzymes are activated. And so much more.

    August 4, 2012

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