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Preserving the Harvest through Fermentation Workshop

  • Highland Hall Waldorf School 17100 Superior Street Los Angeles, CA, 91325 United States (map)

Fermentation as a method of food preservation can be found in every culture of the world and dates back thousands of years. From yogurt and pickles, to wine and beer, fermentation makes it all happen. In this workshop, Sandra Trinidad will lead us through an exploration of fermentation, from basic concepts and nutritional benefits, to learning safe food handling practices when fermenting. Sandra will guide the class in making two recipes together, giving participants the skills they need to start fermenting at home.

Join us on November 18th from 9-11 am in the Highland Hall Garden under the big mulberry tree. Space is limited, please contact Bridget Kelley ( or Sarah Kantner ( to enroll. The class fee is $20. Snacks will be provided and kids are welcome! Sponsored by the Garden Gnome Society at Highland Hall.

Earlier Event: November 12
Food Forward's Ventura County Branch Out
Later Event: November 19
Silent Walking Meditation with Goats