The Magical World of Kimchi
Class: The Magical World of Kimchi. Photo by Rose del Rio.
Fermentation is one of the oldest food processing methods still used today. Scientifically known as zymology, it is the conversion of carbohydrates into alcohols, carbon dioxide, yeast, or bacteria. Kimchi is a fermented Korean dish made of vegetables with a variety of seasonings, traditionally stored underground in jars to keep cool during the summer months and unfrozen during the winter months. There are hundreds of varieties of kimchi using everything from the traditional napa cabbage to cauliflower to cucumber. In this course we will cover the basic science behind making kimchi, discuss why it’s good for you, and teach you how to make it yourself. If you are interested in Old World food preservation, gut health, or fermentation in general, this is the class for you!
|Dates:||January 10, 2019 Check for other dates|
|Meets:||Th from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM|
|Member Fee:||$ 60.00|
|Nonmember Fee:||$ 66.00|
|Materials Charge:||$ 16.00|
|Notes:||You must bring your printed confirmation to the Garden for admittance to each class session. Report to the security desk at the 1000 Washington Avenue entrance, and you will be directed to your classroom. Show your confirmation for free admission to the Garden before each class. For drivers, the parking lot is located at 900 Washington Avenue. Allow 5 to 10 minutes to walk from the parking lot to the Education building.|
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