Preserving the Harvest: The Basics of Lacto-Fermentation

PLEASE NOTE: This workshop is taught by others (not Sandor).

Preserving the Harvest: The Basics of Lacto-Fermentation at the Brooklyn Brainery*

Make the most of the summer\’s bounty of fresh produce by learning how to preserve vegetables through the traditional yet simple method of lacto-fermentation. You\’ll prevent food waste and be able to eat locally all year!

In this class, you will learn how to make sauerkraut and other fermented veggies. We’ll also discuss the healing qualities and nutritional importance of live-culture foods. All participants will bring home a jar of sauerkraut and receive a handout with instructions and recipes.

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The Brooklyn Brainery is located at 190 Underhill Avenue. The closest trains are the B/Q to 7th Ave or the 2/3 to Grand Army Plaza.

About the Instructor:
Angela Davis is a Holistic Health Coach, Certified Healing Foods Specialist, and the owner of Nourishing Works Holistic Health and Wellness Coaching. She is also the Community Food Education Program Coordinator for Just Food, a New York City based nonprofit organization, that works to unite local farms and city residents of all economic backgrounds with fresh, seasonal, sustainably grown food.

Angela has been making homemade fermented foods since 2007 and serves as the co-organizer of NYC Ferments, a monthly Meet-Up of fermentation enthusiasts. Angela is passionate about home cooking, local sustainable agriculture, and reviving the ancient tradition of lacto-fermentation. More info at


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