How can one store all of the freshness of the Market all year round? By canning! And this Saturday you’ll learn what it takes to turn green beans into canned dilly beans. Join us Saturday, August 25 at 10:30 a.m. for this wonderfully educational demonstration taught by Kim Christensen.
Kim is always learning, educating, and creating. Inspired by the experiences from her own health and culinary journey, her blog Affairs of Living (http://www.
affairsofliving.com) became her place to share ways to eat, heal, and live well. Over the years, her blog has gained become a trusted resource in the gluten-free, allergy-free, whole foods, and Lyme Disease online communities. Desiring a way to share her passions with her local community, Kim has been leading cooking and canning demos at local farmers markets since 2010, organizing food swaps, and facilitating kitchen skill shares among friends. She is also a proud first-time State Fair participant this year, and looks forward to hitting the fair this weekend to see how her gluten-free baked goods performed. Kim is starting a Masters of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine program this fall, and looks forward to including whole foods dietary therapy as part of her practice.