KOBO Gallery
604 South Jackson Street
Seattle , WA  98104
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(206) 381-3000
                                           
KIMCHI WORKSHOP

- with Hardar Iron, In Ferment -

Local Ceramic Artist & Fermenter


- Sunday, April 23, 2017 -
1:00PM - 4:00PM
KOBO at Higo, Japantown  


Workshop Ticket
$85

Includes organic ingredients
Artist made ceramic vessels will also be available for purchase
Buy workshop tickets at inferment.com workshop page or KOBO locations 
by Wednesday April 19, 2017

Join fermenting devotee and artisan ceramicist, Hadar Iron, for an afternoon of hands-on experience and knowledge-building at Kobo. Learn about the origin, history and culture of fermentation, the benefits of probiotics in the diet, and the craft of preparing fermented foods. This workshop gives each participant the opportunity to immerse themselves in the activities and gain expert knowledge on the preparation and pitfalls of making fermented foods. We will focus on making kimchi, and have the opportunity to make the first batch in their own fermenting vessel. Crafted of sustainable stoneware clay and natural ash glaze; each crock is a unique stoneware clay and natural ash glaze; each crock is a unique work of art meant to enhance its surroundings, as the wholesome foods prepared in it improves and energizes your well being.

Workshop Ticket
$85
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Includes all organic ingredients
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Artist made ceramic vessels are available for purchase
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Buy workshop tickets at inferment.com, on the workshop page
or at KOBO locations with cash or check only
by Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Hadar Iron | In Ferment
A passion for sharing wellness and beauty led Seattle artist and fermentation instructor, Hadar Iron, to create In Ferment.   Hadar Iron is an architect, a potter, and a ceramic artist. After working in Los Angeles at Frank Gehry & Associates  and at architecture firms in Seattle, she transitioned to the ceramic world. She works and fires in her own studio and teaches in the Seward Park Clay Studio.  She founded In Ferment in 2013, and teaches fermentation workshops and practice. “The symbiosis between art and food has a long tradition, which is easily forgotten in our “instant gratification” culture, yet the fermenting journey is in itself enjoyable and rewarding. I love building awareness of health through experiments and playfulness and believe this symbiosis can sustain an aware and joyful community.”

Hadar Iron
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