What You'll Get
- $65 for one admission to a two-hour introduction to lacto-fermentation basics workshop with Miriana Andreeva
- Upon purchase, you may schedule for one of the available dates
- The workshop requires basic knife skills.
- You must reserve your date here in advance of the event
The event will be held at a private Forest Hills location. The exact address will be shared after purchase.
Each event is capped at 10 purchasers.
What You’ll Do
It takes a team effort to make good sauerkraut—a team with billions of tiny workers invisible to the naked eye. Cabbage can only turn into sauerkraut after lacto-fermentation: a process that occurs at the microscopic level, where beneficial bacteria break down raw foods and create complex flavors. Host Miriana Andreeva covers that and more during this two-hour introduction to lacto-fermentation, during which each participant preps their own sauerkraut with a seasonal recipe.
Intro to Lacto-Fermentation
Learn the origins and history of lacto-fermentation through handouts and open discussion.
Taste Various Lacto-Fermented Goods
Dietary restrictions can be accommodated.
Make Seasonal Sauerkraut
Miriana demonstrates how to make an easy sauerkraut using seasonal and organic ingredients; each guest departs with a pint of prepped kraut to ferment at home.
Florist and Gardener
Miriana Andreeva derives beauty from dirt. She describes herself as the “hippie mastermind” behind Dallas-based Flower Power Nation, a unique floral shop where she designs fresh arrangements using vintage vases and unexpected accents. She also focuses her botanical skills on brewing savory batches of kombucha, fermenting veggies, and creating miniature terrariums and dish gardens. In her small group classes, she shares the vast knowledge she acquired from more than a decade of experience.
The Fine Print