Chattery hosts class on veggie fermatology
Chattanooga has a young nonprofit that provides a massive variety of fun, affordable classes to our community. The Chattery’s goal is to connect the community with enjoyable education by offering classes “suggested and taught by members of the community,” like how to make your own hand pies, origami classes, dairy culturing, among many others.
This Wednesday, Nov. 4, food artisan and volunteer coordinator Danielle Shelton is teaming up with The Chattery to host a vegetable fermenting class at Chattanooga Workspace. With an extensive knowledge and love of fermented foods, Shelton is the mind behind fermdamentals.com and is happy to share what she knows to help the community do a little fermenting of their own.
She will teach the art, science, and history behind fermenting vegetables during this hands-on workshop. Everyone will leave with not only newfound fermenting skills, but also their very own jar of fermented seasonal veggies. Spend your evening gaining a new hobby while sampling different kinds of yummy veggie ferments.
And the fun doesn’t have to end there as participants will receive handouts with a few fermentation recipe ideas to take home.
The class costs $25.26 and will be held starting at 5:30 p.m. at Chattanooga WorkSpace on 302 W. 6th St.