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Eric Edgin

Duluth, MN
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Eric grew up in rural southern Illinois with fishing, hunting, foraging, and gardening as a way of life. He has continued to build on the skills and knowledge of his roots by attending naturopathic school, woodworking, teaching self-sufficient food classes, harvesting his own food, and perfecting food preservation and fermentation methods from around the world in a local context.

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Current Courses Offered by Eric Edgin

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Meat Preservation: The Basics and Beyond

You eat meat, you love meat, but it is hard to find (and expensive to buy) meats prepared without…
Fri, Mar 11th, 2022  –  Sun, Mar 13th, 2022
9am-5pm each day
Instructors: Jay DeCoux, Eric Edgin

Past Courses Offered by Eric Edgin

All Fired Up: Cooking with Fire

Charcuterie Beyond the Basics: Traditional & Modern Methods of Meat Preservation

Coopering: Make A Wooden Bucket

Exploring Fermented Foods

Fermented Foods: From the Basics to the World of Koji

Fermented Foods: From the Basics to the World of Koji

Northwoods Cuisine: A Wild Culinary & Ecological Experience

Pork Butchery for Home Use: Nose to Tail

Salumi: Traditional Dry Curing Methods