Miso-Making Workshop, with Marguerite Uhlmann-Bower
Sun, Oct 23, 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm


Join Marguerite Uhlmann-Bower to learn two types of Miso making: short-term Miso (3 to 6 months) and long-term Miso (2 to 3 years). Perhaps you’ve been curious about the Miso-making process. You thought it was too difficult to do or you thought you might poison yourself. Marguerite will show us how to make it—it’s easy!—and how to make it safely.

We will start with a Miso tasting: there will be two types to try, sweet and salty. Marguerite will review general fermenting and its benefits, then move on into the full preparation of a short-term Miso. Allergy alert: Please note that we will be processing soybeans. To add to the mix, Marguerite will bring Dandelion, Wild Leek, Stinging Nettles, and Seaweed (we’ll leave out the seaweed if you have an allergy to iodine) for the most delicious, healthy, and healing Miso there is!

When all is said and done, everyone goes home with detailed handout instructions and an 8 oz. jar of Miso to tend for 5 to 6 months until it’s ready. Are you ready?

Workshop fee, including materials, is on a sliding scale of $20–$40. Please pay what you can to help cover the cost of all the preparations, the materials, and so that others on tight budgets can join in. Attendance is limited. Please reserve your spot below. (We will not share or sell your data.)

Marguerite Uhlmann-Bower is a Registered Nurse, Clinical Herbalist, and Radical Forager who honors the Sacred in Land and Place. To learn more about her living and eating through the seasons, lectures on plant cognition, and her monthly community inspired earth acknowledgement and blessings, contact her at 3moonsisters@gmail.com.



Bookings are closed for this event.