Two New Webinars: Dill Pickles and Ginger Beer

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I moved this past weekend to a different unit in my intentional community and I have so much more light in my kitchen that I decided to schedule two more webinars. The lighting in my previous abode had made recording these problematic.

This is much brighter!

Please stay this tidy

That light shining onto my kitchen table streams through here:


My daughter suggested I grow herbs in my little kitchen greenhouse window but I of course filled it with jars instead.

Pink Pearl apples
Untouched photo in my windowsill

This morning, I took this picture of Pink Pearl apples indoors, using only natural light—unthinkable in my old place! I bought these from Prevedelli Farms, one of my favorite vendors at the farmer’s market in Palo Alto.

Webinar Registration

You need to register only if you want to appear in the webinar and ask me questions. I use Google Hangouts for these so you’ll need a Google account to join. Please fill in the form below, stipulating if you want to sit in on one or both.

If you just want to watch, save the YouTube link below each webinar description and watch either streaming live or watch the recording later.

1. Wednesday, August 17th, 5pm to 5:30pm Pacific: Dill Pickles

Do you have a jar, pickling cucumbers, salt and water? Then you have all you need to make delicious dill pickles. In this webinar, I’ll explain the benefits of fermentation and demonstrate how to make these crunchy green bundles of probiotic deliciousness.

Watch it live or later:

2. Wednesday, September 14, 4pm to 4:30pm Pacific: Ginger Beer

You need only three ingredients to make ginger beer: organic ginger, sugar and water. I’ll demonstrate how to make both the ginger bug you’ll need to make your beer and the beer itself. I’ll also discuss how to make a cold-brew version of this.

Watch it live or later:

6 Replies to “Two New Webinars: Dill Pickles and Ginger Beer”

  1. Really looking forward to your ginger beer tutorial! I had a go at making a ginger bug a while ago but didn’t get any further than that.

    1. Thank you Tammy! Ginger beer is my favorite fermented drink to make. I also use my bug to ferment lemonade. So so good! ~ Anne Marie

  2. Your kitchen looks lovely! The light and the view are sure to inspire you.

    1. Thank you Alisa. I do feel more inspired in my new digs 🙂 ~ Anne Marie

  3. The youtube link seems to be broken. Do you have a working link? Thanks in advance!

    1. The Zero-Waste Chef says: Reply

      :O Thanks for letting me know, Jeff. I’m not sure how that happened… Here is the working link: ~ Anne Marie

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