Making Fruit Vinegars
Sunday, January 10, 2016 from 11:30am-2:30pm
Join Silvia Di Blasio to learn about the basic-fermentation, pulp, and infusion methods to create your own fruit vinegars. Learn hands-on how to apply these techniques, which equipment and supplies to use, how to troubleshoot, and what the best practices to make each vinegar are. In this class, Silvia will also go over the varying uses of the different fruit vinegars we'll make in class.
Participants will have the choice to work with apple, pineapple, stone fruits or oranges, and/or berries. Each participant will have at least one finished vinegar with mother to take home.
*Participants please bring:
-2 x 500ml wide mouth mason jars
-cheese cloth to cover your jars
-extra herbs to infuse vinegars with (optional).
*Jars and cheese cloth will also be available to purchase in-store.
Silvia Di Blasio is a self-taught food sovereignty activist. Silvia has been teaching Food Preservation and Permaculture for over 3 years through the Surrey/White Rock Food Action Coalition and the local Transition/Permaculture hub. She is also a master trainer for the Canadian Diabetic Association and the coordinator of the South Surrey Community Garden.