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Fermented Workshop 3.0

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Fermented Workshop 3.0

Time: December 8, 2014 from 9:30am to 12:30pm
Location: Mansfield
Website or Map: http://wb4life.net
Phone: 33431354
Event Type: hands, on, workshop
Organized By: Roslyn Bono
Latest Activity: Nov 30, 2014

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Fermenting jams, sauces, relishes, mashes and  ice cream: $60 includes workbook and morning tea

Learn how to make fermented red onion relish and zucchini relish, fermented cucumbers, fermented sweet potato mash, fermented fruit jam and applesauce, fermented fruit ice cream and fermented turmeric lime soda and turmeric gummies. Suitable for those with some fermenting experience.

 

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Comment by Elaine de Saxe on November 30, 2014 at 21:53

Thanks Roslyn. A scary prospect given the contamination risk. Whey seems an odd ingredient as do Chia seeds.

I live too far away from you to do your course and even though probably I wouldn't attempt any more ferments (too many ended in the compost) I would like to know more just for interest.

Some day I hope that you will do an informative post.

Comment by Roslyn Bono on November 30, 2014 at 17:33

Elaine asked about fermenting foods that are not usually fermented, with jams and sauces as examples. The main reason is control over ingredients. For example I ferment fruit jams that are simply fruit, chia seeds and whey. The jam is probiotic and it makes a tasty addition to my diet, plus there is no sugar and nothing artificial.

Comment by Elaine de Saxe on November 30, 2014 at 11:08

Could you explain why fermenting usually-unfermented sauces, jams etc is a good idea? Getting the right organisms without contamination is always a bit tricky so fermenting straightforward preserves sounds a complication too far.

Actually, a separate post will make it simpler to follow the thread as different members add their experiences and questions.

Comment by Roslyn Bono on November 30, 2014 at 8:32

Ooops! Cost is $60 which includes a workbook and morning tea. Have edited events.

Comment by CHERYL SLAPP on November 30, 2014 at 8:13

Cost please

Comment by Lissa on November 30, 2014 at 7:57

Again, probably a good idea to mention if the workshop is free or if there is a charge.

Good luck. I hope you get good attendance.

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