Join Sarah Arrazola, owner and operator of St. Pete Ferments, for an afternoon of wild fermentation. In this workshop, participants will learn the basics of making a lacto-fermented (aka wildly fermented) sauerkraut at home using cabbage, sea salt, and seasonal veggies. This particular time, we will amp things up by adding seasonal carrots and fresh ginger. Both make an excellent springtime combination that adds color, zing, and a burst of flavor with every bite. Everyone will make their own jar of carrot ginger sauerkraut to take home.
General Admission $35
Senior/Low Income $15 limited tickets
Register for this workshop HERE
Although our base price for this course is $35, Sweetwater is a nonprofit that puts on educational programs for elementary schools in the neighborhood and teaches them about food systems and basically where their food comes from. We also host community volunteer days and a farmer’s market every Sunday from November through May. You can donate to Sweetwater in addition to your course fee if you’d like to help us continue our programs. And if you want to get your hands dirty in our gardens you can contribute your time by volunteering Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday mornings from 9-12.