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Overall, the class was informative. I wish the presentation had been set up a little differently because a few times it was difficult to keep up with what step the demonstrator was on. She did go over the very basic steps of canning so if you have never canned, it would be a very helpful class to attend.
Unfortunately, these two kids blocked my view for most of the class. I don’t know which is more sad. The fact that I could not see what was going on, or the fact that I am short enough that two children could block my view.
To sum it up, I will go to more of these classes in the future. And would recommend them to others. Don’t plan on being wowed with the presentation, but the skills they are demonstrating are valuable if you are working towards being a better cook or just need a refresher course.
Disclaimer: I took quite a few food demo and presentation classes in high school and college. I knew I was probably going to be super critical of the presentation, but the demonstrator did well with the small area she had to work with.
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