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Kimchi Making Workshop

When: December 3rd (Sun), 2023
Time: 9:30 to 2:30 pm
Cost: $55 - $95 (slicing scale)
Recommended Ages: 13+ 


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Workshop Details

Kimchi, Korea's one of staple foods, has gained quite a bit of popularity over the past 10 years. You can now easily find kimchi in a corner of big grocery stores, and more recipes in English are available online for you to make it yourself. However, what many people don't know or don't get to experience is the kimchi making culture itself. In Korea, traditionally it's a big event families and friends or a even a whole village make plans and get together to make kimchi. People spend whole day brining cabbages, chopping ingredients, and mixing them all to make huge batches of kimchi for the whole winter. At the end, they celebrate the hard day of work with freshly made kimchi and locally sourced pork. At Hundred Fruit Farm, Sunghee would love to share that tradition with you!


Learn about:

  • History and culture of kimchi in Korea

  • Where to source the ingredients and supplies

  • How to choose good ingredients for kimchi

  • How to enjoy kimchi in various ways

Learn and get lots of hands-on experience with:

  • How to make kimchi

  • How to cook a pork dish that's enjoyed with fresh kimchi


What you'll go home with:

  • A 18 oz jar of freshly made kimchi

Workshop Cost

The cost of the workshop is $75/person, and each participant goes home with two freshly inoculated logs and two inoculated winecap pegs. Each oyster log will typically fruit in spring and fall for 2-4 years; each shiitake log will typically fruit in spring and fall for 4-8 years!

Refund policy: If you cancel your registration at least one week in advance, you will receive a full refund (minus Eventbrite fees which cannot be refunded). Cancellations between 24 hours and 7 days in advance will receive a 50% refund (minus Eventbrite fees). Cancellations with less than 24 hours notice or no-shows are non-refundable.

Who is this workshop for?

This workshop is recommended mostly for adults and teens. We will be working with some power tools, so it is not appropriate for young children. Anyone under 18 who attends must be in the supervision of an adult also attending the workshop. 

How do I register?

You can register and pay for the workshop at our Eventbrite page here.

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