Mad for Miso with Fermentation on Wheels
October 28 @ 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm
What is fermentation?
What is miso?
What kinds of miso are possible?
Students will also participate in miso tasting (soup, dressing, marinated items), learn about the history of miso, and about the tools and equipment for making miso!
Learn how to make miso in this hands-on workshop. Miso is a fermented bean paste that hails from Japan and is well-loved for its decadent umami flavor. Discover its versatility, too. Not only can miso be made using a variety of different grains and legumes, it can also be used to flavor everything from soups to marinades and salad dressings. This workshop is hands-on, taste bud-interactive, and take home.
Sliding Scale $50-75
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ABOUT THE TEACHER
Tara is a nomadic artist, educator, and food activist. Her passion for growing food, living communally, and teaching fermentation inspired the grassroots educational project Fermentation on Wheels in fall 2013. She’s traveled the country with Fermentation on Wheels since, teaching by-donation fermentation classes and hosting potlucks that focus on accessibility, creativity, and bringing people together. Read more at www.fermentationonwheels.c