Fermenting for Salads

In this workshop you will learn how to ferment vegetables and make easy salads & dressings to get you inspired to include more fermented food in your diet. You will be given a pack of recipes with the information you need to kick start fermenting at home. Kombucha mustard herb dressing, an Ottenlenghi inspired waldorf salad and mushroom with olive antipasto are a few of the delicious meals you will be learning.

The class will be a mixture of demonstrations and hands on cooking, talking and tasting. You will leave the class with a jar of vegetables that you have prepared for fermenting at home.

A minimum deposit of 25% must be paid before Monday 11th November to secure a place in this course

Date: Sunday, 17th November
Time: 1.00pm – 3.00pm
Where: Castlemaine Community House, 30 Templeton Street.
Cost: $80 (full) or $70 (Concession or Early Bird Discount, available until 26th October)

Tutor: Vensa Majchrzak

Of Croatian heritage, with Polish extend family Vesna was able to learn the ancient art of preserving and enriching food from the elders still practicing traditional techniques in Newcastle N.S.W. Early study and working life started for her as a pathology technician in Biochemistry and Microbiology laboratories, giving Vesna the fundamental understanding of the exciting process involved in the creation of fermented food. Art study took her to other parts of the world, along the way discovering new flavours and traditional practices used in making fermented foods.

Vensa started her business Pantry Culture in Taradale Victoria, to promote the craft of small batch home fermenting while continuing to experiment with new techniques and flavours using the vegetables grown in her ever expanding garden.

Limited places available!