Fire cider is a digestive tonic traditionally made in the fall season and used as a cold and flu preventative. It derives its name from the combination of wild-collected natural ingredients, including spicy roots, fruit, and hardy herbs, balanced with lemons and honey. Get hands-on experience preparing the ingredients while Nichole Gerding of Thankful Sage Farm School discusses oxymels and folk medicine in early America. Take home a quart of fire cider to keep you warm this winter. For more information, visit the Class web page.
Saturday, October 23, 11am-1pm
Participants must bring a sharp knife, a cutting board, a grater, and a quart jar.
$20 per person, includes ingredients for fire cider.
Class size is limited. CLICK HERE to register.