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Fermentation Workshop with Hadar Iron, owner of InFerment Studio

  • Full Bloom Farm 2330 Tuttle Lane Lummi Island, WA USA (map)
Fermentation Workshop
from 325.00

Join us at Full Bloom Farm for a beginners fermentation workshop on beautiful Lummi Island with fermentation expert and potter, Hadar Iron, owner of InFerment in Seattle and Elisabeth Marshall chef-farmer of Full Bloom Farm. In this workshop we will make Kimchi using vegetables and solar-evaporated sea salt from the farm.

Included in the price of the ticket is

  • A stunning, one-of-a-kind fermentation vessel glazed with unique ash-glaze, hand-thrown by Hadar Iron of InFerment Studio. Value $200*

  • A full day of hands-on instruction and practice in fermentation methods and techniques as well as a discussion about the rich history of fermentation.

  • Tastes and sips of delicious fermented foods and beverages

  • Lunch of Niçoise Salad prepared by Chef-Farmer Elisabeth Marshall of Full Bloom Farm featuring fresh vegetables and eggs from the farm, local reefnet-caught wild salmon, and sourdough bread and seasonal fruit galettes baked in the wood oven on the farm**

  • Recipe Booklet by Hadar Iron to take home and try new recipes in your new crock

When you leave, you will take home your new fermentation vessel full of fresh, organic fermented kimchi to enjoy at home and a recipe booklet to guide you on your new path to delicious, healthful meals

*Please be aware that while the crock that you receive may be similar to the one pictured, it is hand-thrown and therefore unique. We cannot guarantee that you will receive a specific color or exact shape. Your crock will be one-of-a-kind as Hadar Iron builds each one with care, giving each piece its own personality.

**Please make sure to include any allergens or dietary restrictions on the form when checking out so we can provide alternative options for you, if necessary.

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About your hosts:

Hadar Iron, InFerment

A passion for sharing wellness and beauty led Seattle artist and fermentation instructor, Hadar Iron, to create InFerment. Crafted of 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.

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 sustainable 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

Elisabeth Marshall, Full Bloom Farm

Elisabeth Marshall has lived on Lummi Island for 35 years with her husband, where they raised 3 children. Their first endeavor on Lummi was restoring a turn-of-the-century waterfront former grocery and running it as a successful farm-to-table restaurant. After many years running a restaurant, Lis decided to expand the farm into growing cut flowers and peonies, calling it Full Bloom Farm. She grew 100+ different varieties of rare and beautiful peonies and she and Mark have since expanded the farm into a diversified fruit and vegetable operation supplying the island with seasonal produce and eggs almost year round. The farm gets bigger and more productive every year as it reflects the new interests of both Lis and Mark. The most recent expansion has been growing & fermenting indigo plants for dye and making salt from the surrounding sea using solar-evaporation.

The farm has been both a labor of love and a sustaining force; and it’s provided a welcoming location for Lis to share her deep background in food, flowers, gardening, and sewing with her community and visitors to the island.

Earlier Event: August 2
Indigo & Shibori Workshop