Kimchi Fermentation Class

Come learn the ancient art of making kimchi! This super food incorporates good probiotics into your diet and helps keeps your gut healthy. In this hands-on introductory class, Executive Chef Uyen Pham will cover the basics of the fermentation process and teach students how to make kimchi. Kimchi is a staple in Korean cuisine and has been around since the 600’s for medicinal purposes.

Students will harvest carrots, radishes and other fresh produce grown at Skinny Lane Farm to use for the class. Each participant will make and take home two jars of fermented vegetables!

The class will be held in the Skinny Lane Farm kitchen in Elgin, Texas. Class size is limited to 10 to ensure the highest quality experience for each participant.

After the class students are invited to enjoy a short tour of the farm and a bonfire while the sun sets (weather permitting). Students are welcome to bring their favorite drink to enjoy after class.

About Chef Pham:

Chef Pham is a Certified Executive Chef and has worked in some of NYC’s finest restaurants. She specializes in Asian and European Cuisine, but her love for food is rooted in all things fermented. She has taught at Whole Foods, Central Market and other area Austin culinary centers. Chef Pham is a chef instructor at the prestigious Culinary Institute of America where she graduated at the top of her class. Most recently she was one of the presenters at the Austin Fermentation Festival. She is co-owner and partner of Killer Kimchi. 



From 1/27/2018
From 2:00 PM
To 6:00 PM
Skinny Lane Farm
161 New Trail
Elgin, TX
Skinny Lane Farm
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