Basics of Homesteading: Fermenting Cabbage—Homemade Kraut

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Basics of Homesteading: Fermenting Cabbage—Homemade Kraut

  • date: November 7, 2020
  • time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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  • Fermenting cabbage at home is one of the most economical ways to get probiotics and vitamins–and it’s easier than taking care of a houseplant. Farmer Daniel Kirchhof makes upwards of 40 gallons of kraut a year! Get a simple introduction to a simple process and get inspired to try your hand at it.

    Alexia Allen and Daniel Kirchhof have been feasting together at Hawthorn Farm since 2010. They spent all of 2017 eating only hand-harvested food and continue to develop their Woodinville farm to feed the community great year-round produce. With years of experience between them doing carpentry, animal husbandry, food preserving, and gardening, they find joy in sharing hard-won common sense. Teaching is a passion for them both. Join them in practicing essential skills to build resilient communities! Click to learn more about Hawthorn Farm.