Why is the most revered Jewish food so often fermented? It's not just because the ancient Israelites rubbed their newborns with salt to 'preserve' their health! During this 2-hour fermentation workshop / nosh / discussion, we’ll explore the connections between fermentation and Judaism, and you'll learn to pickle anything and everything. The night wouldn’t be complete without a pickly feast including dinner and drinks!. Guests will take home custom jars of pickles and kraut. The night wouldn’t be complete without a pickly feast including dinner and drinks.
Only 25 spots, so register early!
Jeremy Ogusky Biography
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!
In partnership with OneTable Boston and Combined Jewish Philanthropies.
OneTable empowers people in their 20s and 30s to find, enjoy and share Shabbat dinners to make the most of their Friday night and enjoy the best of life together. They make it easy for hosts to welcome people to a Shabbat dinner at home, for guests to savor a Friday meal and for all to experience unique events for Shabbat dinner out. There’s nothing better than a great dinner with people you love. Join OneTable for slowing down, joining together, and sharing stories.