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It's easy to make gourmet mustard at home!
In this class, we'll go over the history of mustard from around the world, basics of fermentation and the science behind hot and mild mustard. We'll grind seeds for coarse and creamy mustard, go over canning mustard for shelf-stable preservation and share ideas for incorporating this delicious condiment into recipes.
You'll go home with Maple Bourbon, Dijon-style and Bordeaux mustard in recycled jars, as well as recipes and sources to make more on your own.
Linda S.Delicious Homemade Mustard
This was such a great experience - easy, educational, and fun. We thoroughly enjoyed the afternoon.
Kelly G.Delicious Homemade Mustard
I had a great time in this class. It ended up being more of a demonstration class than a hands on experience, but I definitely got a sense of how to make my own mustard and I got to take home 3 different kinds.
Jan P.Delicious Homemade Mustard
It will be a mustard making Christmas this year! This class was so tasty - learned a lot and had such a good time! Breanne is a great, insightful teacher - I will be looking for other classes to take with her!
Erin K.Delicious Homemade Mustard
I had no idea what to expect but Breanne was helpful, information and direct. She obviously has much kitchen knowledge to share and a beautiful space to share it in!
Larry K.Delicious Homemade Mustard
Great class! Excellent instructor. Knowledgeable, pleasant and a really cool kitchen.
Lauren M.Delicious Homemade Mustard
I enjoyed the overview of mustard making and walked away with some nice sample
Sara B.Delicious Homemade Mustard
Super fun class! Delicious mustards! And the space was really nice!
Breanne designed and built a rooftop farm in the city nearly five years ago, where she grows all kinds of fruits and vegetables and tries not to let anything go to waste by preserving everything. For the past six years, Breanne,has taught adult and youth classes in organic agriculture, cider-brewing, composting, canning, grafting fruit trees, fermenting and urban foraging.