Sweet Jersey Corn Miso by Chef Ken Fornataro. Link to Register for all events: https://conta.cc/3bplEtj

Sept 12, 2:00 to 4:00 PM EST Harvest (Starts Sept 5th on Vimeo) and Bacterial Alchemy

Soireé-Leone and Dr. Esther Miller with Kirsten Shockey, Jessica Alonzo, Anita Tikoo, Cortney Burns, Danny Berke, and Meredith Leigh. No fee, registration required

September 26, 11 AM - 2:00 PM EST Fermentation Journeys

Maya Seetharaman, Eve Jazmati, Anita Tikoo, Connie Chew, Mirna Bamieh, Andrea Billar, Ellie Markovitch, and Soiree-Leone present Sandor Ellix Katz and Mara Jane King, and fermenters and artisans from around the world to celebrate the release of Sandor’s Fermentation Journeys! It’s a 2 part International Fermentation Festival, also co-hosted by Kartik Sinha, Zizinia de les Flors, Ellie Markovitch, Adonde Lab, Edgar Deteil and Mark Tan. You can pre-order Sandor’s book on Amazon or at Chelsea Green publishing.

Video makers (for any event), InRetrospect ticket holders, and donors get in first if space becomes limited. https://conta.cc/3bplEtj no fee, registration required. If you register now we will know how much space we need and make sure no one gets shut out. 

En Español: Posteriormente, los videos en Español y los co-anfitriones de habla hispana presentarán de 13 a 14 horas: Fuerza de Fermentation

October 10, 1 PM to 3 PM Fermentation Journeys: Mushrooms and Hyphae

Nancy Matsumoto, Mallory O’Donnell and Nick Repenning host Sandor Katz, Alexis Nikole, Will Moffat, Meya Hey, Eiko Takahashi, Rina Veltkamp, Jeremy Umansky, and William Rubel Registration Required Antes! 

En Español: Los videos en español y los co-anfitriones de habla hispana presentarán de 11:00 a 13:00 horas: Mas Fuerza de Fermentation.

From Anita Tikoo’s Garden in Delhi, India. Kirsten and Christopher Shockey have 5 books available now including several on fermenting vegetables and fruits at https://www.fermentationschool.com/

November 7, 2021, 1 to 3:00 PM EST The North and Rye: Gabriella Gershenson, Dr. Darra Goldstein, Zuza Zak, Laura Valli, and Katrina Kollegaeva. The Baltics, Caucasia, and Russia in food and lore, and the importance of Rye for baking and food and drinks throughout Eastern Europe today and in the past.

Zuza Zak has released another brilliant book. It’s available at Amazon and other places.

December 19, 2021, 7 to 10 PM EST Fruit From the Sands (book by Dr. Robert Spengler III): The Silk Road Origins of the Foods we eat (with all available videos from the catalog for this event, including live session recordings as available).

Rob’s brilliant book is available through University of California Press, and anywhere else books are sold.

The InRetrospect ticket provides access to all events (live or prerecorded, although we don’t make event recordings available), 200+ food, fermentation and culture videos. Includes videos from the last 5 years including never before screened archive interviews and full length videos. Until 3/2022. Gets rolled out over a four month period. If you signed up for InRetrospect you should already have gotten a showcase address and passcode. Combined, there are around 100 new videos there, now. Every month there will be at around 50 new ones or about 150 more – in addition to the videos associated with any live event. It’s not too late to sign up! Or to make a video to celebrate Sandor Katz’s Fermentation Journeys for that matter!

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