Course Name: Free Pickling & Preservation of Food
This course is for you who are interested in creating your own exciting preserves & pickles of vegetables or fruits for you and your family.
You will learn more about the benefits of vinegar use and preservation.
You will learn that vinegar is prepared through the juice of sweet fruits such as apple, flowers, grape, dry or fresh herbs, various fruits and plants.
Contains in the Studio
What is vinegar?
What is important to consider when making homemade vinegar?
Vinegar's place and importance in fermented food?
What is the history of vinegar? How is vinegar made?
What is the pH balance of water to be used for vinegar and the methods of creating living water?
What are the tricks of the sterilization-filtration and bottling stages?
How do we know when vinegar is formed?
What should we do if mold has formed in vinegar?
The secrets of making precious vinegar that have survived from the Ottoman period. Different fermentation methods, e.g. Making vinegar using infusion techniques and tincture techniques.
What are the tricks to increase the quality of vinegar?
Which vinegar is used for cleaning and personal care and usage recommendations.
What are the methods of measuring alcohol and pH of vinegar?
You can be a beginner or have experience with vinegar and want to brush up on your knowledge.
In that course you will learn the basics of putting vinegar in.
Test yourself with thousand-year-old beneficial vinegars for health.
We provide free materials and tools
Are you interested in the course?
No prior knowledge is required for this course, everyone is welcome!
An approx. 3 hour session every Monday for 6 weeks where you will learn to create several vinegars from vegetables and fruits for you.
We provide free materials and tools for example, jar, vegetables, fruits also more for you.
This is a basic course and can be topped up with
Gulcin Cetiner is a chemist and she creates homemade, healthy vinegar. Therefore, she wants to share her skills and knowledge with those of you who are interested in making natural vinegar. She is a newly arrived woman and is active in the cooking group in the Creative Women's project.
Start date: 1 May 2023
Closing date: 5 June 2023
Days of the week: Every Monday
Time: 17:00 / 20:00
Course type: Study circle
Number of occasions: 6 weeks
Circle leader: Gulcin Cetinel
Location (physical): FOLK in Skärholmen Bodholmsgången 15