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FULL - Fermentation: Making Sauerkraut

oin the farmers from Two Chicks Farm as they take you through the steps to make delicious sauerkraut. Please bring your own cutting board, a knife large enough to cut cabbage, and a clean but not boiled, wide mouth pint or quart ball jar.
Course ID #: #12002

This is a Durham Parks and Recreation program. To be registered for this program, you have to request a new account (if you haven't done so already) before you can register. Click below to register or request an account:

This program cost between $10-$17, depending on where you live.

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  • Beth H.

    Please do not show up to this class if you didn't register on the Parks and Recreation website. The class is full. THANKS!!!!

    October 23, 2013

  • Beth H.

    There is ONLY ONE SPOT LEFT on the Durham Parks and Recreation online registration site. PLEASE DO NOT SHOW UP FOR THE CLASS IF YOU DIDN'T REGISTER THERE.
    Let me know if you have any questions.

    October 22, 2013

  • Beth H.

    This class is being taught by the wonderful farmers of Two Chicks Farm. They sell their stuff at the Eno River, South Durham and Western Wake farmers market. They grow their own and ferment their own!!! You can request a new account here:

    Once you have your log in info --- go ahead and sign up.

    I look forward to meeting you.

    Shoot me an email if you have any questions

    August 15, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    I'd love to learn how to make sauerkraut in small batches. Had the BEST sauerkraut ever - Bubbie's brand from Weaver Street Coop in Carrboro. Because it has no preservatives, it got fuzzy after only 3-4 days in refrig. I'll buy it again for sure when I can use the whole bottle for a dish, but not to just have around as a staple for hot dogs, etc.

    August 15, 2013

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