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The Art of Fermentation

Saturday, September 29th 10 – 12. In Durango, Colorado. Location announced upon sign up.

Learn the history and science of fermentation with Rachel Turiel. Participants will learn what is necessary to make many different ferments, including fruit and vegetable, dairy, vinegars and beverages. Participants will sample many different ferments and take home a pint of kimchi, made in class with local/organic ingredients, and a starter to make a gallon of fermented ginger ale. Participants are responsible for bringing 2 pint jars with lids, the rest of the ingredients will be supplied. Space is limited to 10. UPDATE: One spot left

Cost: $30

To sign up e-mail me at sanjuandrive(at)frontier(dot)net

Edible Weeds and Fall Gardening

Sunday, October 6th 10am – 11am.

Common garden weeds are packed with nutrients, adapted to native soil conditions and natural rainfall. Come to my home garden and learn to identify common, edible weeds, the best time to pick them, which parts are edible and how to prepare them. Come home with handouts and recipes, and sample a fresh salad of mixed greens (AKA weeds). Limited to 10 people.

Also, learn how to extend the fall season to make your hardy greens last through first frosts, and how doing a little work now in the garden can translate into fresh greens next March.

Cost: $10

To sign up e-mail me at sanjuandrive(at)frontier(dot)net

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  1. Anonymous permalink
    October 21, 2012

    Oh bummer…..found this a litte late, however would like to knowif you share notes? Or have a package of information.

  2. Maria permalink
    October 21, 2012

    Thank you for sharing your knowledge of herbs that help our health!

  3. Susanna permalink
    February 19, 2013

    Hi! This sibject would really interest me. Any chance of you writing a pamphlet. I’d be happy to buy on!
    I also want to tell you how much I enjoy your posts.
    I lile you and your family
    So thank you for sharing

    Susanna, canada

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