Last weekend, we gave a second workshop on lactofermentation in Cocagne, NB. The first one happened a month earlier. Cocagne is awesome. There are 3 cool groups based out of Cocagne that hosted/organized the workshops: the Cocagne Sustainable Development Group, Slow Food Cocagne Acadie, and Transition Cocagne. And, we were amazed by the interest. The first workshop sold out within a few days and had a pretty long waiting list…which is why the second one was quickly organized.
Bryan and I have been into lactofermentation for years and it’s become a significant part of the food we preserve to sustain us during the winter (in addition to freezing and winter storage/root cellaring).
These beautiful photos were taken by Maxime Gauvin from Slow Food Cocagne Acadie.