Instructor: Jeremy Ogusky
Saturday - Sunday
September 8 & 9
1 - 4pm
Interested in making sauerkraut and kimchi? Interested in making your own ceramic fermentation vessel to ferment the kraut in? Come learn about the rich and intertwined history of potters & fermenters around the world and go home with your own fermentation crock and fermenting sauerkraut! This comprehensive class will cover everything you need to start fermenting: ingredients, philosophy, preparation, and a vessel to ferment in. This class is for all levels of fermenter and all levels of potter. If you have never touched clay before or fermented anything, you are welcome to join us!
Jeremy Ogusky is a passionate fermenting evangelist, public health practitioner and studio potter living in Jamaica Plain. In his former public health life, he engaged in HIV/AIDS prevention with the Peace Corps in Southern Africa, health education in South America, and public policy in Washington, DC. Jeremy's current studio practice draws from his global health experiences and he is excited and proud to craft beautiful & useful handcrafted fermentation crocks which help folks create ancient, healthy & low-tech fermented food! bostonpotter.com
The taste+making program is a series of classes that highlight the interdependent relationship of food and pottery. Students will enjoy a culinary experience taught by passionate local specialists and also get their hands dirty with a fun and easy clay project relating to the subject.