Let’s Make Sauerkraut and Kimchi! [S-18-32]

Presenter: Maria "Flip" Filippi
Location: TBA
Classes: 1 Session 1.5 hours
Dates: Mon 10:30 AM 04/16

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This course is taught in the new Harvest Kitchen at the Extension Learning Farm. Participants will have the opportunity to learn about transforming raw vegetables into a tangy and delicious product through the process of fermentation. Class size is limited due to the hands-on nature of the course.

Flip is the co-owner of the veggie and herb farm, littleGrasse Foodworks in Canton. At Cooperative Extension, she is the coordinator for the Master Food Preserver volunteers as well as manager of the Harvest Kitchen, which is a rental opportunity for food businesses in the area and a hands-on educational space.

NOTES: 1) If you want to take home some of our creation, bring a wide mouth mason jar, either pint or quart size. 2) Links to “…harvest-kitchen” and “littleGrasse Foodworks” can be found on the course page of the SOAR website.

Cap: 12

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