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Wildcrafted and Homemade Vinegars, Pickles & Preserves Workshop with Pascal Baudar | Sterling College

16 Sterling Dr
Craftsbury Common, VT 05826

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Aug. 6 — 8, 2021 All Day

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Nakasi Fortune
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Whether in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom or your local terrain, nature provides all the ingredients necessary for safe, easy and delicious food preservation. Get wild and change your relationship with the edible landscape by creating rich and flavorful ferments. Over 3 days, students will learn the various methods of making homemade vinegars from scratch and the culinary uses of these homemade vinegars. Topics include: How to establish the acidity percentage in homemade vinegars; Introducing flavors to homemade vinegars using herbs, berries and unusual wildcrafted ingredients to flavor vinegars; Exploring the local environment – how to make a local “Forest” vinegar; Culinary uses of homemade vinegars – Sauces, vinaigrettes and quick pickles; Making fermented vinegar hot sauces “Tabasco Style” and; Brief introduction to making gourmet vinegar drinks. Each day, the class will conduct a wildcrafting walk for a couple of hours around Sterling’s vast woods and wild areas to look at and collect edible and medicinal plants, some which will be used in ferments.

$350/person. Register here.

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