6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
18 June 2021
18 June 2021
572 Park Road Park Orchards
Fermentation has been used for centuries to preserve food, and is responsible for many things we enjoy today: cheese, wine, sourdough, beer, pickles, soy sauce, yoghurt and more.
Join The Urban Nanna for a hands-on workshop where you’ll learn about the basics of fermentation and why it’s one of the easiest, safest and tastiest methods of preserving food. You’ll make three different ferments to take home, and learn about several more that are easy to incorporate into your daily life.
All ingredients are included in the workshop. You will also take home a learning booklet full of recipes.
‘Nanna’ Anna is a former primary teacher with a horticultural background, and founder of The Urban Nanna. Through articles, workshops, 1-on-1 coaching & consulting sessions and media avenues, she shares traditional knowledge, methods and skills with people around the world much like grandmas used to do with their children and grandchildren. Firmly steeped in the ethos of Permaculture, The Urban Nanna showcases how it’s possible to be sustainably-minded in suburban Australia.
**Please enrol 7 days before start date. If this date has passed, please contact the centre directly.**