Fermenting - Kimchi and Doburoku with Sharon Flynn

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Fermenting - Kimchi and Doburoku with Sharon Flynn

395.00

1-day Workshop

Time: 10am - 4pm

Dates: Sunday 23 July 2017

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If you are at all interested in fermented foods this is the workshop for you. This very special fermenting event involves a skills workshop and 2 course lunch with fermentation revivalist and 'Ferment for Good' published author Sharon Flynn of The Fermentary.

The workshop will be all about Kimchi - a hands on journey making two different types of Kimchi that you can take home to share and watch ferment. Next up Sharon puts up a batch of Korean style rough rice wine called "makgeolli" - or in Japan - Doburoku. There will also be a small journey into sake and how to make your own this way. 

In amongst it all we will gather for a sumptuous  2 course lunch from the Oak and Monkey Puzzle kitchen garden, local producers and of course chock full of fermented goodness. There will be an opportunity to walk the Oak and Monkey Puzzle winter garden and we'll put up a batch of kimchi in a hole in the garden, in a rustic kimchi pot made especially for it, to let it sit and mature. 

Numbers are limited so get in quick.

Sharon's first book Ferment for Good (Hardie Grant), will be available for purchase on the day.

About Sharon Flynn:

Sharon from The Fermentary is a passionate fermentation revivalist and will send you home with lots of knowledge and your very own culture to get you started. 

Sharon had several periods in her life that influenced what would become her passion and business, but she wasn’t aware at the time. The first experience she remembers having an impact on her interest in fermented foods was making sour dough in Seattle. Her dedication to fermented foods really kicked off when her daughter became ill and she researched good bacteria and their influence in building resistances and immunities. When friends and family started asking for her products and insisting on paying for it, this led her on The Fermentary path, and it’s grown since then to be one of the best places to buy sauerkraut and other amazing products.

About Oak & Monkey Puzzle:

Oak and Monkey Puzzle is the design, event and horticultural production-focussed property of Natasha Morgan and her young children. It is also the physical manifestation of a dream held by a family from the city that made a tree change with a purpose in 2014. It is an evolving hub for landscape architecture, garden design, artisans and craftspeople by way of workshops, collaboration and bespoke events.

This workshop requires no previous knowledge and is set in a relaxed and informal environment where participants can ask questions, chat and enjoy all that is Oak and Monkey Puzzle with respected fermenter and author, Sharon Flynn.

Oak and Monkey Puzzle workshops include morning tea, snacks and 2 course kitchen garden lunch picked fresh from the estate kitchen garden and local seasonal produce. .

Class sizes are strictly limited to ensure these are intimate affairs.