The fermentation process is the method of food preservation that enhances the nutrient content of the food. You can pretty much ferment any vegetable you desire. You can just ferment the one vegetable or get creative and mix your favorites.

With our 3-hour Fermentation Experience, you’ll be able to select from the available mixed or single options, and we’ll take you through the preparation and the fermentation process. This is a great group experience to bond over in our eco home kitchen!

From slicing and mixing, you’ll leave with your own jar of fermented vegetable that you made as well a snack to try with it. You’ll have first hand experience and able to ask any question you’ll like.

Check out our sourkrauts fermentation video below:

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