This class will provide you with an in-depth knowledge of lactic fermentation and pickling. Together we'll make pickled cucumbers, Korean kimchi, German sauerkraut, and Moroccan preserved lemons to illustrate pickling techniques from different cultures (no pun intended!). You'll leave class with jars of everything you've made, along with the knowledge necessary to pickle ingredients at home safely and creatively, as well as how to incorporate them into your diet to add a bit of zing and lots of valuable nutrition to any meal.
Think this class would make a perfect gift? We do too—that's why we offer Cook School Gift Cards, for one or two guests, in paper and digital formats. That allows your giftee to decide the class, time, and location, as well as let us know about any dietary preferences or allergens.
Age Restriction: 16+
Diets & Allergens: This class can be adapted to vegetarian, pescatarian, vegan, dairy-free, gluten-free and nut-free diets. Please provide details on any diets or allergies, especially dairy or gluten intolerances, in the Allergen & Dietary Restrictions field at checkout or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, so we can best accommodate you. A complete list of the allergens in our cook school classes can be seen on this allergen matrix.
Cancellation Policy: You must notify our customer service team via LiveChat, email (email@example.com) or phone (020 7043 1478) 10 full business days before your scheduled class to get a refund. You can transfer your seat to a different date or class if you notify us 5 full business days before your scheduled class. Any changes made within 5 full business days of the class cannot be accepted. Due to our small class sizes and to avoid increases in our ticket prices, there are no exceptions to this policy, including illness or any other reason. However, you are welcome to transfer your tickets to any friends or family who can go in your place. For our full T&C's, click here.
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Why we love it
'Knowing how to make homemade pickles is a game-changer. Not only are they nutritionally rich, but they are always welcome on cheese platters, in sandwiches, and in the case of kimchi and preserved lemons, cooked as part of a wide variety of meals.'