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HVP April 2017

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16 Hudson Valley Parent n April 2017 is a nutrition educator and master food preserver, offers a boiling water bath class, a research-based method for safe home food preservation. "I love that when I can dehydrate or freeze foods I am part of a contin- uum that began thousands of years ago," Greenwald says. When asked about the daunting task of facing a growing CSA basket, she offers an interesting explanation regarding unintentional food waste. "We throw away tasty and deli- cious food because we were raised with certain ideas about how to eat. We can do our part with small changes, like eating the stems of broccoli," she says. Future Cornell Cooperative class- es in pressure canning, freezing and dehydrating can be found at ulster. Even if the CSA of your choice doesn't offer cooking classes, don't be shy about striking up a conversa- tion with the farmers to ask them for tips and tricks. To discover more local farms, visit HudsonValley Kymberly Breckenridge is a Hudson Valley writer who teaches cooking and food preservation at Ramapo for Children. All of our classes are taught by experts certifi ed by Dance Educators of America! Hip Hop • Ballet • Pointe • Tap • Jazz • Acrobatics • Modern • Combination 1830 South Rd. • Wappingers Falls • 845-297-2204 Mention this ad for FREE Registration (Insurance not included) Summer schedule now available. Please call for more information. 312 Main St. Beacon, NY (845)-831-0759 April is Yanarella Month! Register in April and receive April's tuition free! CSA SHARE (Continued from Page 15) "We throw away tasty and delicious food be- cause we were raised with certain ideas about how to eat." JANIE GREENWALD Cornell Cooperative Extension Service of Ulster County

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