Crafted: Fermentation for the Nation – two-day course

Venue Higher Close Kitchen, Dartington Hall Estate

With Voirrey Watterson and Faze Ali


£140, ingredients included

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Next date 1st July 10:00 am

About this event

Dive into the world of fermentation, exploring every food stuff: grains, vegetables, dairy, beans & pulses and more, using airborne yeasts and bacteria to SCOBYs – symbiotic cultures of bacteria and yeasts. Over two full days, we’ll delve into the world of fermentation and allowing for fermentation time between each session. A mixture of hands-on

Sunday 1st July and Sunday 8th July

Fermented foods have been in existence for thousands of years, but only recently have we rediscovered these health-giving food and drinks in Western culture. Fermented foods are rich in beneficial bacteria, antioxidants, vitamins and enzymes, and so are a great addition to our diets. Fermentation is widely found across many cultures in the world, so we will be exploring foods from around the world.

Over two full days, we’ll delve into the world of fermentation, the weekly classes allowing for fermentation time between sessions. The classes will be a mixture of hands-on cooking and demonstrations, with lots of tips, talking and tasting.

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Course details subject to change
Please note: 25% of your course fee is non-refundable should you need to cancel your place

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Sunday 1st July

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