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Fermentation Workshop

The class is cancelled

It is good to be able to grow ones food, but in our Northern climate, it is almost as important to be able to preserve the summer’s bounty to go through the lean months of winter.

A low energy and low-tech technique for preserving vegetables (meat, grains, and dairy also) is to ferment them. Not only does fermentation extends the shelf life of food, it also enhances its nutritional value and taste.

During this 2.5 hrs workshop, master herbalist Rain Lill will teach the participant the basics of lacto-fermentation of vegetables. Participants will get a chance to practice the skills and make their own jar of sauerkraut from local vegetables.

We ask that people register for this workshop in advance so that we know how much material to plan for. Participants are asked to bring their own knife and cutting board.



Oct 18th 2014 at 9:30 am


Edible Forest Farms
3410 Greenfield Rd Inverary On, K0H 1X0


Rain Lill, master herbalist


**email:** info at edibleforestfarms dot ca


The class is cancelled

Rain Lill is Master herbalist, a permaculture designer, a mother and a wild food enthusiast. She has been teaching fermentation workshops for the last two years. She dreams of building a permaculture inspired farm and a business involving ferments, herbal remedies and raw chocolate.