|When:||View in Calendar » March 13, 2014 @ 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM|
|Where:||City Folk's Farm Shop, 4760 North High Street, Columbus,OH 43214, USA|
614 946 5553
|Tags:||fermenting ginger bug jeremy gedert one20|
This workshop is all about ginger and the many, many ways it can be used as the starter for many other fermented fruit beverages. You will learn how to make and care for a ginger bug and how to make a ginger beer. We will demonstrate ways to flavor the ginger beer or use your bug to ferment other fruit beverages. We will also combine methods to create a Kombu-ginger brew. We will also take a quick look at Kim Chi with Kim Chi 101; a beginners approach to fermented goodness. There will be ginger beer samples as well as Kim Chi samples and recipes/guidelines for making your own.
Instructor: Jeremy Gedert
Jeremy Gedert is a native of Columbus, Ohio. A culinary graduate of Columbus State Community College, he has worked professionally in the restaurant & catering business for over 15 years. A self taught food grower and composter, Jeremy & his wife Kellie began One 20 Farm, an urban worm composting farm located in the North Linden area over 6 years ago. Jeremy & Kellie have been growing red wiggler worms and food as well as raising chickens on their humble plot of land while trying to teach others in their community the importance of food waste recycling. One of Jeremy’s other endeavors is fermenting, from kefir to kombucha to hot sauce, Kim Chi and of course his great love-ginger beer! Jeremy & Kellie have a dream of creating a sustainable nearly closed loop system where they can grow real, healthy food, turn that food into value added consumer products, feed any food waste to their worms which in turn help feed more food producing plants.
Class Fee: $25
Register at City Folk’s Farm Shop, by calling 946-5553, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.