Sunday March 22nd, 2020 5:30-7:30pm Tickets: $60 Learn the basics of making traditional miso paste, and why it's worth the six month wait!
Time & Location
Mar 22, 2020, 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM
Preserved, 5032 Telegraph Avenue, Oakland, CA, USA
About the Event
Learn the basics of making traditional miso paste, and why it's worth the six month wait!
We will begin with a TASTING and DISCUSSION of traditional Japanese foods fermented with koji, including miso, amazake, pickles and more! Then we will get HANDS-ON and mash together our own batch of miso from freshly cooked soy beans, koji and salt. Each student will TAKE HOME a quart size jar of miso to ferment at home for a minimum of 6 months.
Led by Mariko Grady, the founder of Aedan, a local company making traditional Japanese fermented foods.
All students will receive a 10% discount on post-workshop purchases in our store. Thanks for taking the next step in preserving your connection to food.
The minimum age for our workshops is 14 years old.
All sales are final and cannot be transferred to a future class, unless we have a waitlist. In the event you cannot attend, we suggest passing your ticket along to a friend.
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