Kumquat Krazy! An Urban Preservation Workshop
I’m very pleased to be partnering with Hannah Crum of Kombucha Kamp for this hands-on workshop. Join us for an afternoon of kumquat picking and preservation!
Kumquats may be small, but they pack a big punch! Learn how to preserve these sweet-tart fruits for enjoyment and health benefits year-round.
Join Hannah Crum and Emily Ho, who will teach you three delicious ways to preserve kumquats. In this hands-on workshop we will guide you through the entire process of preservation from picking the kumquats off the tree to making your own kumquat marmalade, salt preserved kumquats, and kumquat- and herb-flavored Kombucha. Samples will be provided and each participant will go home with a jar or bottle of each and a handout with recipes.
Sunday, June 23, 1-4 pm
Private home in Mar Vista
Address will be provided to registered participants.
Registration is $65, all supplies included, but we ask you to bring a small cutting board and your favorite knife.
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Class is limited to 15 participants.
About the instructors:
Hannah Crum is the Kombucha Mamma. What started as a humble class in 2004, Kombucha Kamp has evolved into the #1 Kombucha site in the world, providing free information, tips, guides and advice to brewers of all experience levels all over the globe via an authoritative website, high quality video instruction, commercial & personal consulting, extensive support resources and dozens of in-person classes & live appearances each year. Through Kombucha, Hannah discovered the diverse and dynamic world of fermentation, microbes and traditional foods. The Kombucha Kamp philosophy of ‘Trust Your Gut’ encourages each of us to listen more closely to our instincts and our bodies and then follow those signals to the right choices for ourselves. http://www.KombuchaKamp.com
Emily Ho is a food writer, educator, and consultant. She teaches classes on food preservation, foraging, and wildcrafting; writes for Apartment Therapy’s The Kitchn; and works at Spice Station Silver Lake. Emily is also a Master Food Preserver and founder of LA Food Swap and Food Swap Network. She has been featured in the New York Times, Sunset, LA Weekly, HGTV, and BBC. http://www.rootsandmarvel.com
Cancellation policy: Hannah Crum and Emily Ho reserve the right to cancel a class if necessary due to circumstances beyond our control or when enrollment is deemed insufficient. In this case, all payments will be refunded. Participant cancellations made up to one week prior to an event are eligible for a full refund less PayPal transaction fees incurred from both purchase and refund. Cancellations outside of this time frame are non-refundable. Class registration is transferable to another person if you are unable to attend. You must contact us to transfer your registration.