‘Learn How to Ferment’ with Food Stash
Back by popular demand ‘Learn How to Ferment’ workshop with Brad Hendrickson! You’ll spend the afternoon with Chef Brad making your very own sauerkraut and learning about fermentation’s benefits.
May 27th | 2 – 3:30 pm
290 E 1st Ave – Food Stash Warehouse
Grab your tickets here with the promo code for BIV’s readers BOREDVAN5
You’ll be guided through the hands-on veggie fermentation process, and leave with your own ferment as well as zero waste, reusable supplies to continue fermenting at home! Everything required for the workshop will be provided- no need to bring anything.
All proceeds from ticket sales cover the cost of the event and go towards Food Stash Foundation’s mission!
Reusable items included in ticket price:
- 1L mason jar
- Silicone fermentation lid
- Glass fermentation weight
Brad Hendrickson has been in the culinary industry for over 20 years and worked his way into fine dining at several prominent restaurants in New York. He returned to the west coast before making the move to Vancouver to work for Daniel Boloud’s Lumiere. Brad developed a passion for fermented foods and started Biota Fermentation Inc. in 2015, producing small-batch, high quality ferments with a focus on local and organic ingredients.
About Food Stash:
Food Stash Foundation is a non-profit dedicated to reducing the environmental impact of food waste, while increasing affordable access to food. We rescue 80,000 lbs of quality perishable food each month and redirect it to our 35+ charity partners and 300+ households.
Note: Please consider walking, rolling, cycling or public transit to get to this event. Please ring the doorbell upon arrival if someone is not already at the door to greet you.