Preserving the Harvest: The Basics of Lacto Fermentation

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

Join Just Food Trainer and owner of Crock and Jar, Michaela Hayes at West Elm Market and learn techniques to preserve your harvest all year long! Gain fermentation techniques to make irresistible foods you can eat in the colder months, or that you can give as tasty beautiful gifts.

Michaela offers a fun hands-on workshop for all of her students. They will experience fermentation first hand as Michaela teaches students how to ferment and then lets them practice! Using cabbage and salt, come learn the technique of lacto-fermentation to create nutritious, delicious sauerkraut. We’ll talk about why people ferment foods and how to use fermentation to eat raw, local vegetables all year round. This workshop will offer samples to taste and the opportunity to get hands-on.

All proceeds benefit Just Food, a non-profit organization that connects communities and local farms with the resources and support they need to make fresh, locally grown food accessible to all New Yorkers. Just Food provides regional farmers and food producers, CSA organizers and everyday eaters with the resources and support they need to establish and experience healthy food systems—in every neighborhood.

Location: West Elm, 50 Washington Street, Brooklyn, NY

Fee: $20.00

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