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Boston Fermentation Festival
September 27, 2014 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pmFree
Fermentation novices and aficionados from all over New England will gather at the second annual Boston Fermentation Festival.
The free festival will offer workshops, lectures, booksignings, demonstrations, and tastings of fermented foods, such as kimchi, cheese, pickle and mead tastings; Sandor Katz, New York Times bestselling author of The Art of Fermentation will speak at 3pm. Over a dozen exhibitors will sample and sell their fermented foods and drinks, including tempeh, kombucha, sauerkraut, pickles, and handmade fermentation crocks. In addition, a “kraut mob” will be on hand all day to teach how to make sauerkraut to teach the basics, and Boston chefs will compete in a “pickle-off.”
The festival will take place in conjunction with the Egleston Farmers Market at Our Lady of Lourdes Parish Hall, 45 Brookside Avenue, Jamaica Plain, close to the Brewery and the Stony Brook T stop.
“The Egleston Farmers Market is thrilled to be hosting the Boston Fermentation Festival,” stated Market Manager, Kate Peppard. “Fermentation is a great way for locavores to preserve the harvest, so they can enjoy local food all year round.”
Festival organizer Jeremy Ogusky, of Ogusky Ceramics, is a Jamaica Plain-based potter whose handcrafted crocks are sold all over the world and specifically designed for lactic-acid fermentation.
The market will also feature live music and plenty of fermentation schwag. For more information, visit www.bostonferments.com and www.facebook.com/bostonferments or call (248) 219-8779.
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