Beginner's Fermentation Masterclass

Remove the mystery surrounding fermented foods

Once you have demystified fermented foods with me you will want to create your own dishes. Come and discover how easy it can be to make your own fermented and cultured, vegetables and fruit. We will be making a selection of fermented foods, including sauerkraut, Kimchi, fermented lemons, cucumber, nut cheese, chutney, Kefir and Kombucha plus more as well.

These 3 hours will give you the basic skills to create your own probiotics. You will save a fortune in the long run because you won't need to buy expensive probiotics. We will be doing lots of tastings so that you know how the dishes should taste. Furthermore, you will be inspired to go home and start creating your own variations.
I run my classes on either Wednesday, Thursday or Friday any time up to 7 pm. If those timings don’t work for you please call me on 07901 764488 and I’m sure we can work out a convenient time.

The investment is £137 pp.

A little gift for you

You will take home some starter cultures to get you going and a jar of fermented vegetables that you will make, together with the recipes. If you wanted to take home all the wonderful creations you will be learning about that's possible too. If you want a real head start you can choose to pay an extra £30 and take home the mason jars and all the organic contents. ​

Please call me on 07901 764488 to talk about dates and to book your place.


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"Just to let you know that I am really enjoying the vegetables – fermented and Kimchi. Having them as a little garnish every day so far. I ended up using the liquid from the cucumber in a stirfry – not right I know but it was so good. I chopped the cucumber even more and added some of my homemade yoghurts – it was an extremely tasty dip. The lemons are wonderful and I am having some every day too. My lunch plates have looked very different in the last few days thank to your good self!!! Thanks for a great workshop."

Theresa Kingsley-Dobson