Fermentation Workshop


2 hours

About the Course

Fermentation is one of the oldest ways of preserving food and is common in many cultures worldwide. We have recently discovered that fermented foods like sauerkraut and kimchi offer a healthy and natural way of incorporating gut-loving probiotics into your diet. They can also help save energy and food waste by increasing food longevity. Fermented Foods also brighten up any meal with punchy flavors and bright colors.

In this 2 hour workshop, you’ll explore how to make tasty, tangy fermented vegetables. During the workshop, you will learn about the variety of fermented foods available, how to use them, and the many health benefits these nutrient-rich foods can offer.

This will be a hands-on course where you will get to have a go at making kimchi or a jar of seasonal fermented vegetables from a choice. You will also learn about various fermented drinks, including kombucha and kefir, with demonstrations and a make-your-own Kombucha kit to take home!


  • Kimchi

  • Sauerkraut

  • Cucumber Pickles

  • Chili Pickles

  • Carrot & Apple Pickles

  • Kombucha

  • Kefir


*How Fermentation can boost your digestive and overall health

*How to safely, quickly, and affordably make your fermented Food or Drink at home.

*How to incorporate Fermented Food / Drink into your diet.


*Your jar with Fermented Food / Drink you choose

*Written instructions to make your own easily

*Recipes for delicious flavors and health benefits


  • Group Classes 400MOP/pax

  • One-on-One Classes 2300MOP/ Class

  • On-line Classes 45USD/ pax

Your Instructor

Andreea Apostol

Andreea Apostol

"Fermentation is an important part of my kitchen. I genuinely believe in fermented foods/ drinks and all their benefits. I have worked with fermentation for a few years, and I love to discover it more and more. First, I started with Kombucha, and slowly I ended up making water kefir, cheese, pickles, and yogurt. Fermentation is a process that involves bacteria and yeast breaking down sugars.
Not only does fermentation help enhance food preservation, but eating or drinking fermented foods can also boost the number of beneficial bacteria or probiotics found in your gut. Probiotics have been associated with various health benefits, including improved digestion, better immunity, and even increased weight loss."