Wednesday 3 Jun 2020
4:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Fermented foods are big news now, and for good reason. Enjoyed for centuries by people from many cultures, not only do fermented foods pack a punch taste-wise but those who eat them report many health benefits. Fermenting is also a great way of preserving gluts of home-grown produce.
In this workshop, Caroline Whiteman will share her favourite fermentation techniques and pass on all the know-how you need to make your own fermented foods at home.
You will learn to create: fermented seasonal vegetables, sauerkraut and kimchi.
What previous participants said: “It was so simple, well explained, easy to do and follow. Good to work with and share ideas with others.” “Very friendly, good value. Totally enjoyable.” “I will definitely be making ferments, I had no idea how easy it was!”
Dietary information: This class is suitable for vegetarian, vegan or gluten-free diets. For any other allergies or dietary requirements, please contact us to discuss before booking.
Find out more about Caroline and the other cooks who work with the Community Kitchen.
Tickets for this event include:
- professional cookery tuition
- link to the webinar on Zoom (we will send further details in your confirmation email if you have not used Zoom before)
- lists of ingredients and equipment to assemble before the lesson
- all recipes from the class emailed out afterwards
Any profits raised from this class support our community activities – ensuring everyone in Brighton & Hove can access and enjoy tasty, healthy food. Find out more about our work.
Tickets for this event are offered on a ‘pay by donation’ basis. We suggest a donation of £20 per session, or £10 if unwaged, and £30 if you are able to ‘pay it forward’ to help us keep these classes accessible to all. Please note we do not typically offer refunds on online events.Book your place