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Title:Preserving Foods: Preserving Plums and Prunes
Producer:Oregon State University Extension Service
Description:Different preservation methods such as canning, freezing, pickling, drying and creating jams or jellies are utilized to produce various products from plums or prunes. Learning the two different types of plums and which preservation method is best to use for the specific type will help you prepare and preserve your plums or prunes safely.

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Topic:Food Preservation
Produce and Juice
Audience:Consumers
Format/Pub. Year:Recipes (2013)
Other Format:Fact Sheets (2013)
Contact Information:
 Oregon State University Extension Service
Oregon State University
122 Milam Hall
Corvallis, OR 97330
Telephone:541.737-4264
Fax:541.737-0999
Cost:Free
Avail. Online:http://extension.oregonstate.edu/fch/sites/default/files/document
s/sp_50_586_preservingplumsandprunes.pdf

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Last Modified: Apr 26, 2013