- $55 for one admission to a two-hour kombucha-making workshop with Myra Kornfeld
- Upon purchase, you may schedule for one of the available dates
- You must reserve your date here in advance of the event
The event will be held at a private Union Square location. The exact address will be shared after purchase.
Each event is capped at 20 purchasers.
What You’ll Do
Fermenting a drink with a “symbiotic colony of bacteria and yeast” might sound intimidating and opaque, but by the end of Myra Kornfeld’s two-hour kombucha-making class the phrase (affectionately abbreviated “SCOBY”) should be pleasantly familiar. Following a tasting of several flavors of brewed kombucha, Myra explains the potential health benefits of the drink and covers the ideal teas and sweeteners to use in making your own. She then demonstrates the brewing and fermentation process, sending each guest home with a jar of starter liquid and a SCOBY to call their own.
Sample Brewed Kombucha
Figure out which flavors you prefer before learning the brewing process.
Brewing and Fermenting Demonstration
Nutrition expert Myra Kornfeld demos the brewing and fermentation process from start to finish.
Each guest leaves with starter liquid, a SCOBY, and a thorough handout explaining the kombucha-making process.
As an educator at the Natural Gourmet and the Maryland Institute of Integrative Health Nutrition, Myra Kornfeld stresses organic, traditional food-preparation methods. Often she shares her nutrition wisdom in private workshops as well, covering anything from bone broths to fermented carrots to sauerkraut. In 2013 she appeared on NBC’s Today to demonstrate how to make holiday vegetable pancakes.