Don’t miss out on this great class with three recipes and the opportunity to see all the wild flowers. It is a beautiful time of year here in the Gold Country.
April 22 at 10:30 Mango Papaya Rum Chutney is delightful in a sandwich, or on a grilled pork chop, or on grilled fish. You can’t go wrong with this jar. Sweet and sticky Apricot Marmalade is wonderful on a biscuit or on a scone. You can mix it with some Marscapone cheese and whipped cream to fill crepes. This recipe is made with dried apricots so you can make it year round. The dried apricots give it an intense apricot flavor. Mixed Pickled Asparagus and Carrots. This jar is great to have around as you can use a snack, in salads, and they make great stir sticks for your Bloody Mary. For our sit down meal we will be having grilled pork chops, mixed greens salad and crepes.
This Lacto-Fermented Cabbage is what Sauerkraut is. So don’t be fool by unhealthy supermarket pickles versions of homemade fermented foods. These modern foods are the product of high heat and pressure which destroys nutrients and do not in any way enhance health. The exception to this rule are the various fermented foods in the refrigerator section in health food stores. The drawback is that these gourmet items are rather expensive compared to the pennies per ounce it cost to make at home. Having fermented foods in your life helps with your digestion. You are making your probiotic. Come and join us on March 12th Wednesday at 6:00pm to make this wonderful fermented food. We will be making Meyer Lemon Jelly too, it wonderful in crepes, vinaigrette and in a cocktails. A yummy snack will be served from All In A Jar’s pantry . You will go home with a jar of each recipe we make and the recipes and the ” How To Start” will be emailed to you. Trying to be green. Much more to come about Fermented Foods. So check the class calendar, we will be adding more fermented class .