Why is the most revered Jewish food so often fermented? Its not just because the ancient Israelites rubbed their newborns with salt to ‘preserve’ their health! During this 2 hour fermentation workshop / nosh / discussion, we’ll explore the connections between fermentation and Judaism, and you’ll learn to pickle anything and everything. The night wouldn’t be complete without a pickly feast including dinner and drinks!. Guests will take home custom jars of pickles and kraut. The night wouldn’t be complete without a pickly feast including dinner and drinks.
$12/person, includes dinner, drinks, and workshop materials
Only 25 spots, so register early!
Please note that this event is for young professionals!
Replying yes to this invite does not guarantee you a spot; you must register at vilnashul.org. Vilna Shul offers $5 validated parking after 4pm and on weekends. Parking validation is only good for the underground parking at the Charles River Plaza/ Cambridge Street Garage at 165 Cambridge Street. Entrance to the underground garage is between the Charles River Plaza Shopping Center (Whole Foods/CVS) and Au Bon Pain, near the intersection of Blossom St and Cambridge St. Yellow tickets from the surface lot at Whole Foods cannot be validated.