When: Saturday, November 10, 2pm to 4pm
Where: Center for Healthy Living at Ecovillage Charlottesville, 480 Rio Rd. E
Teacher: Erin Kath
Participant limit: six
Fermenting vegetables is a technique that humans have been using for thousands of years to extend the shelf life of their crops. Eating fermented foods like sauerkraut, kimchi, and pickles, also adds variety to meals and offers many health benefits. Come to Ecovillage and learn from home fermenter Erin Kath how you can make a basic sauerkraut with your garden harvest or your local farmer’s bumper crop into the fall and winter seasons.
About the instructor: Erin has been a home fermenter for 5 years and continues to experiment with various vegetable combinations. Sauerkraut has become a staple on her plate every day.
This is a free workshop, and all are welcome! Meet at the Center for Healthy Living, in the EcoVillage Education Institute‘s classroom, in the first building across from the parking area.
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