Sample pickles, sauerkraut, kefir, kimchi, miso, and more from 30 different amateur and professional fermenters from from 6pm to 8pm. Admission is a mere $5.
Bring your own homemade fermented foods – everyone can share. Nothing at this food fest is for sale – it’s all about sharing tastes, and knowledge. Plus there are doors prizes, give-aways and Fermentation Festival souvenirs!
Local food writer Liz Crain, co-organizer of the festival with George Winborn and David Barber, shares more details at Food Lover’s Guide to Portland, including highlights from last year’s festival. There’s another good review of the 2010 event at Learn To Preserve. And check out the Portland Tribune writeup, Portland gets itself into a big pickle.