Do you want to be ready to ferment with little or no planning? During this 2-hour class on infinite fermentation, expert fermenter Soirée-Leone will teach participants how to create a long-lasting aged brine that can produce tasty fermented vegetables for years to come. This hands-on, small-group class will delve deep into how to use a variety of pastes, sauces, extra brine from other ferments, and local bounties to create a brine for delicious ferments—a gift that keeps on giving!
Each participant will work alongside Soirée-Leone to make a half-gallon jar of perpetual ferment to take home and enjoy for many years to come. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from an expert in a hands-on, small group setting!
Cost | $60
Soirée-Leone is a teacher and writer focused on food preservation in the context of stocking the pantry and putting food on the table. She grew up on an off-grid homestead in rural Maine in the 1970s. After 25 years in San Diego, California, she and her husband moved to Tennessee. She brings her background and experience as an urban homesteader and rural homesteader to food preservation education. She serves on several boards of food-centric organizations, as well as Chinkapin Craftstead, a rural arts and land preservation organization. She lives and works from her 57-acre homestead in Tennessee.