Fall Food Safety Q&A2021 - October 4- December 6, 2021

October 4, 2021 - December 6, 2021

Registration Deadline: December 6, 2021 - 01:00PM

Online Zoom Webinar

Contact: For more information, contact Mary Donaldson, morrism4@msu.edu

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Fall 2021
Food Safety Q&A


October 4- December 6, 2021 - 1 - 1:30 p.m. EDT
Online via Zoom

Do you have questions about food safety or home food preservation? Please join the MSU Extension Food Safety Q&A as the Food Safety Team answers your questions and presents food safety and food preservation information. Join us via Zoom using your laptop, tablet, smartphone, or any device with internet access.

This is a FREE workshop taught by the MSU Extension Food Safety Team.

Every Monday from 1-1:30 p.m. EDT

Oct. 4, 2021 - Food Safety & Power Outages

Keeping fresh, frozen, and home-preserved foods safe during emergencies and power outages.

Oct. 11, 2021 - Fermented Food

Explore food safety when fermenting foods. Learn what makes fermented food shelf-stable.

Oct. 18, 2021 - Fruit Sauces

Apples can be made into applesauce, but did you know other fruits can be as well? Join us to learn how easy it is to do and how to preserve the delicious sauces once they are made.

Oct. 25, 2021 - Broths & Stocks

Making broths & stocks are the base to many soups and stews. Find out how to make and store safely.

Nov. 8, 2021 - Freezing Meat for Safety and Quality

The cost of meat continues to rise, when storing it in the freezer it is important to protect it for quality and safety. Learn how to package and store when placing this commodity in the freezer.

Nov. 15, 2021 - Baking & Cooking Ahead

Preparing your holiday meal takes time. Preparing ahead can help ease stress around the holidays.  Learn about the safe preparation and storing of holiday baked goods and meals.

Nov. 29, 2021 - Shipping Food Gifts

Recommendations and tips for safely shipping foods as gifts. 

Dec. 6, 2021 - Thermometers: An Essential Kitchen Tool 

Taking the temperature of cooked food is the only sure way to know if your food is cooked to the proper temperature.  Find out which thermometers can be used in the oven, in the refrigerator or freezer, and for candy making as well.

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