Intro to Fermented Veggies: Fun Flavors for Holiday Favors

15nov5:30 pm7:30 pmIntro to Fermented Veggies: Fun Flavors for Holiday Favors

Event Details

It’s that time of year to preserve the harvest and ferment vegetables to share around the holidays! This hands-on workshop introduces participants to the world of fermentation through sauerkraut and salt brines. Join us as Trevor Ring, from Community Cultures, examines the cultural, historical and nutritional significance of bacteria in food preservation. Participants will walk away with a jar of sauerkraut and salt-brined vegetables to ferment at home and share with family and friends during the holiday season.

Members $35 | Nonmembers $45 (Members: Please sign in to receive member discount)

About the Instructors

Trevor Ring received an MBA and MA in food studies from Chatham University and has taught on the topic of fermentation for nearly a decade. His business, Community Cultures, produces seasonal products and aims to make fermentation accessible and inspiring for everyone. He is passionate about using fermentation to build community, create a more resilient food system, and harness creativity.

Program suitable for adults, or children age 16-18 years old, if accompanied by an adult. This program is located in the upper level of the Davidson Event Center.


(Wednesday) 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm

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Cancellation Policy

If you are unable to attend, kindly give 48 hours notice to receive a refund, by calling the Garden at 412-444-4464. No refunds will be issued after that point. The Garden reserves the right to cancel a class due to low enrollment, or in the event of severe weather.