Get ready for some fermenting fun at this hands-on kimchi making workshop! Packed full of nutrients, kimchi is used widely as a condiment, ingredient and side dish in both North and South East Asian cuisine. In Olivia Rosenman's 90 minute workshop, you’ll learn how to brine your cabbage, salt the radish and make a paste…before bringing it all together to ferment, and jar, ready to take home.
If you are interested in Old World food preservation, gut health, or fermentation in general, this is the class for you. Each participant will take home their own jar of delicious Korean kimchi.
MEET OLIVIA ROSENMAN
Olivia Rosenman is a kimchi enthusiast who has been making kimchi for herself and her friends for several years. She was inspired by a visit to Seoul’s kimchi museum and a love of the spicy pickled cabbage. She runs public and corporate kimchi workshops teaching people how to find Korean ingredients, make kimchi and eat it.
- Basic principles and health benefits of fermenting foods
- How to make kimchi step by step from scratch
- How to eat and cook with kimchi
- A jar of your own custom-made kimchi
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my baby's sick, my dog ate my ticket...help i need a refund
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My baby's sick, my dog ate my ticket...help i need a refund
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