Introduction to Fermentation Workshop

Learn to make cultured foods through the fermentation process

WEA Adult Learning
WEA Adult Learning
4.9 (50)
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4.5 hours Class size 1 to 6

label $134 (or 4 payments of $33.50 Afterpay)

Have you ever wanted to learn fermentation? Well, in this Adelaide workshop, you can!

In this workshop, you'll learn how to make cultured foods through the fermentation process.

Cultured foods provide a way of preserving foods without artificial preservatives, while providing the body with probiotics, enzymes and vitamins to support gut health.

Recent research shows that gut health is linked to mood-related disorders, so learning to make and include cultured foods in our daily diet can support our holistic well-being.

This workshop is a hands-on process, where you will learn to make different cultured foods like sauerkraut, kefir, milk yoghurt, yoghurt cheese and apple vinegar. Taste testing is included in class.

Note: Please note that dairy milk is used and may not be suitable for you.

Knowledge required
Suitable for beginners.
What you'll get
  • Guidance by an expert
  • Taste testing of different fermented foods
What to bring
  • Sharp knife
  • Pestle and mortar
  • Food thermometer (if you have one)
  • Two 1L food safe glass jars with wide mouths (large)
  • Two 500ml (medium) glass jars - Moccona or other recycled food jars are fine.
  • 1/2 cabbage - red or white cabbage is fine (not savoy or wombok)
  • 1tbsp fine salt
  • 1tbsp fennel or caraway seeds.
  • Apple juice in glass bottle - 1L Auldwood brand or Ashton Valley Crush Cloudy apple juice is recommended.
  • 1L full cream fresh cow's milk (please do not bring almond/coconut).

WEA centre - 223 Angas Street, Adelaide SA

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WEA Adult Learning
WEA Adult Learning

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The Workers' Educational Association of South Australia Incorporated, founded in 1913, is Australia's largest non-government adult community education organisation.

The WEA provides learning opportunities for anyone aged 15 years or older (in most courses - there are some age restrictions on individual courses) and there are generally no pre-requisites for courses and no assessment or exams.

We operate as an innovative, flexible provider of moderately priced adult education services. We're an independent, non-government association almost completely funded by the student fees that we receive.

In addition to our skills and enrichment courses including computer training, we offer overseas tours, services to assist people with a disability enter mainstream courses and WEA Clubs membership that enables students to continue their interests.

The WEA conducts courses at over 30 locations in metropolitan Adelaide, South Australia. A large part of our program is conducted at the centrally located WEA Centre in Angas Street, Adelaide.

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