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Discover the simple tradition of preservation through the local, collaborative micro-fora of vegetables. Fermented foods heal our bodies, celebrate age-old traditions, and promote healthy eco-systems. Learn about cost effective and simple tools that will help you get started at home in this hands-on kimchi class.
Saturday, Feb. 22, 10:00 am-noon
CSG Apprentice House, 90 Silver Lake Road, Frelinghuysen
This event is $20 per person ($25 for non-members) and includes a pint jar of Kimchi.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up.
Tara’s book, Fermentation on Wheels: Road Stories, Food Ramblings, and 50 Do-It-Yourself Recipes, will also be available for sale and signing.
This event adjoins the upcoming launch of Community Supported Ferments, a monthly share program started by Tara. Genesis Farm will be one of several drop-off locations for shares of tasty ferments such as kimchi, tempeh, vinegar, yogurt, and sourdough.
About the teacher: Tara Whitsitt is an artist and food educator who organizes events nationwide to bridge communities and restore a genuine fascination in local, traditionally-preserved foods. She is also the author of Fermentation on Wheels: Road Stories, Food Ramblings, and 50 Do-It-Yourself Recipes, an illustrated memoir/cookbook following the project that toured the United States for four years, teaching fermentation to and inspiring communities out of a school bus converted into a fermentation lab, library, and workshop space. She now lives in Sussex County, New Jersey.
Learn what to do with all that Napa Cabbage in your share 🙂
Photo: Collin Andrew