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10, #10 Cans & 10 oxygen absorbers$32.50
Commercial, unused cans, lined with enamel, metal & plastic lids included as well as a high quality oxygen absorber per can (they are not all created equal!). Red print is on the exterior due to limited quantities of cans in general. Very high quality.
The price of these is scheduled to double and then triple within the next year.. Once these are gone I most likely will not be able to get more for at least another 6 months to a year–if at all. We just don’t know at this point.
**If you don’t have a #10 can sealer you can rent our sealer for $7/night or $20/5 days. Email email@example.com if you wish to do so! This is the most effective way to store food–it doesn’t let ANY oxygen in for maximum storage, unlike mylar or buckets.
Aged Cheese-Making Class$65.00
*We are hoping we can do it Sat, Dec 12 but due to Covid permits the cheesemaker has to wait until his Jackson Farmer’s Market tells him if the market will be open that date or the week before (he sells there). SO, it will be either Dec 5 or Dec 12 depending on when the market opens.
Taught by Kendall Sean Russell, LOCAL, award-winning cheesemaker
Artisan, Raw A2 Cow’s Milk Cheese$0.50 – $88.56
*You will not get a better quality cheese, and at 75% off its normal price!!
*We must get a minimum of 250lbs total before we can place this group order with the cheesemaker. Then our batch will be made JUST for us!
*We hope we will have our minimum order by NOV 30 @ MIDNIGHT. Then our pick-up would be approx. FEB 22–aged to absolute perfection 🙂
*Also, we will be bringing a few Food Saver machines so those who DON’T have one may portion out & seal their cheese if they would like to do so in order to keep it fresh. You may purchase bags if you choose to do so–IT’S RECOMMENDED TO PUT IN 1-1.5LBS OF CHEESE PER BAG–
Cranberries, Fresh, Organic$7.00
3, 8oz bags
If you don’t already, start making FRESH cranberry sauce! Delicious recipe here:
OR put them in your smoothies OR on your Christmas tree garlands!
*Be aware that not all oxygen absorbers are created equal, these are very high quality and do what they say they’re going to do–they will keep oxygen out for the maximum time the food item will stay good
(need 1 for a #10 can, 6-7 for a 5 gallon bucket)