Fun with Fermentation! Group A [F-19-23]

Presenter: Maria "Flip" Filippi
Location: Cornell Cooperative Extension Farm
Classes: 1 Session 1.5 hours
Dates: Mon 10:30 AM 10/21
Status: Course Closed

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This course is taught in the Harvest Kitchen at the Extension Learning Farm. Participants will have the opportunity to learn about transforming raw vegetables into a tangy and delicious product through the process of fermentation. Class size is limited due to the hands-on nature of the course.

Maria "Flip" Filippi is the co-owner of the veggie, herb & flower farm, littleGrasse Foodworks in Canton. At Cooperative Extension, she is the coordinator for the Master Food Preserver volunteers, as well as manager of the Harvest Kitchen, which is a rental opportunity for food businesses in the area and a hands-on educational space.

NOTES: 1) Sign up for just one of Course 23 or 24. 2) Each participant can bring home one quart of our creation. If interested, bring a wide mouth mason jar.

Cap: 12 (for each class)



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