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Ancient Art of Fermentation

Come learn the ancient art of wild fermentation at the market! It’s a simple way to preserve food, harvest local probiotics, spread food cultures, and get creative with your food. In this short introductory class, we will cover the basics of the fermentation, taste homemade ferments, and get our hands dirty starting sauerkraut, fruit kimchi, and garlic carrots. Your gut is already thanking you. The class is based on the teachings of Sandor Katz’ book Wild Fermentation, an essential reference for budding home fermenters. FREE - 20 minute demos at 8:30/9:30/10:30am

Venue   Outdoor
StartDate   05/12/2018
StartTime   8:30am
EndDate   05/12/2018
EndTime   11:00am
Instructors   Andrew Cobb
InstructorsBio   Andrew Cobb is a Houston native who transitioned from a life of IT to the life of farming. He has been teaching fermentation classes about vegetables, kombucha, and wild wine for 2 years. One goal of his classes is for you to see bacteria as beneficial friends, not germs.
Location   Urban Harvest Farmers Market at Eastside
Address   3000 Richmond @ Eastside
Directions   20 minute demos at 8:30/9:30/10:30

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