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Join us this Sunday, September 16, to learn the ancient art and alchemy of using helpful bacteria to preserve food for Fall and Winter storage. This hands-on workshop will survey the many options of lacto-fermentation and its health benefits. We will also make several fermented foods at Willow Crossing Farm’s new Harvest Kitchen.
Cost is $35, which includes a jar of fermented food to enjoy at home. Please pre-register by emailing KorigVT@yahoo..com
or call (802) 355-6910
Join us at Willow Crossing Farm to learn the basics of canning and food preservation. We will learn about several ways to preserve garden fresh food including ‘hot water baths’, steam juicing, pressure canning, pickling etc…
This will be a hands on workshop where we will be making/canning tomato sauce and salsas, pickling and other delicious treats.
Please bring a bagged lunch, and other fun recipes you may want to share
$35 includes taking home a canned item
space is limited, please register and pre-pay by september 5th.
Workshop led by Jennifer Stellma of High Hopes Farm and Kori Gelinas of Willow Crossing Farm.
Jennifer Stellma of High Hopes Farm has been homesteading and organic farming for over 15 years. She is an herbalist, medicine maker, vegetable farmer, artist, and mother of two boys.
Kori Gelinas of Willow Crossing Farm runs Willow Crossing Healing Arts & Botanicals, and has been practicing healing arts for 14 years. She is a massage therapist, aromatherapist, herbalist, yoga teacher, organic farmer, and mother of two daugthers.
To register or for more information, please call or email Kori Gelinas:
korigvt(at)yahoo.com (802) 355-6910