We are excited to announce that Daily Acts will be offering a three-part Homegrown Food Preservation series at Charles Street Village in Cotati. We will be giving participants and local residents the opportunity to gain skills and insight to ensure harvests from the garden transform into tasty treats and beverages that can be stored for later!
By electing to join us for ALL three parts of this food preservation series, you will save $25, as discounted rate! Check out the dates below and please register at the ticket link above, if you plan on joining us.
Fermentation of Garden Goodies:
– Sunday, September 17th from 10am-2pm
Daily Acts very own, Susan Price, will be leading the fun and creation of fermented goodness like sauerkraut, kombucha, and shrubbs!
Preserving Your Autumn Harvest:
– Saturday, October 14th from 10am-2pm
There’s nothing better than a jar of last summer in the middle of the winter. There are many different ways to preserve food – canning, drying, freezing, pickling. Sabrina Kahn, our lead instructor for the day, will excite and elongate bountiful harvests into a delicious dining opportunity for later through the process of canning.
Curing with Olives:
– Sunday, November 17th from 10am-2pm
Amy Skeezas will be joining us to water-cure Olives, which is a water-wise and climate-appropriate plant selection, good for the carbon farming effort. This method of olive preservation uses no lye, only rinsing with water, followed by salt and spices and fermentation, and it’s delicious!
We sure hope you can join us for this wonder series and elect to benefit from the discounted rate before the first workshop on September 17th, for the entire series mentioned above!
$35 – $80