About this course
What this course includes
When you purchase, you’ll receive:
- Lifetime access to the course
- Workbook filled with original drawings and diagrams
- In depth, easy to follow recipes, including: starting your own sourdough, wild vinegars and alcohols, wild lactoferments, locally-inspired and wildcrafted infusions, and place-based home crafts
- How to make your own adventure ferment: A living food that documents the places you travel
- Deep dive essays on cultivating a sense of place through fermentation
- Region-specific foraging resources plus guidelines for sustainable foraging
- Continuously updated content: New recipes and resources are added to the course from time to time, and available to all students, no matter when they signed up, for no additional charge!
- Email support for your questions as you work through the class
A design note: You’ll notice the cover image for this class is hand drawn, with art deco-style lettering. Inspired by Mollie Katzen’s Moosewood Cookbook, I’ve included my own artwork and stories throughout the course lessons, to make them more personal, approachable, and even inviting.
Each image in the class is hand-illustrated by me, using plants found around my home.
The lettering, and other design choices, are inspired by community cookbooks and recipe/home craft pamphlets from the pre-Depression United States. Being a food historian, I chose to interweave historic stories through the course both in writing and visually.