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Live-Cultured Pickling Class at Preserved 

When: Sat., March 14, 10 a.m.-12 p.m. 2015
Price: $25
Preserved (4200 Piedmont Ave., Oakland), a just-opened DIY-oriented pop-up store, is a literal 8-by-12-foot shed (located in the backyard of the home decor shop Neighbor) where the ambitious urban homesteader can buy everything he or she needs to can, pickle, ferment, and brew. Novices need not be intimidated: This Saturday, owner Elizabeth Vecchiarelli will kick off a series of classes on the various and wide-ranging arts of food preservation. The first session, on lacto-fermented — or “live culture” — pickling will give participants a hands-on introduction to making kimchis and sauerkrauts. Best of all, everyone gets to bring home a jar of sauerkraut to ferment. To reserve a spot in the class, buy your ticket via
— Luke Tsai


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