In this episode of Wisconsin Foodie we explore the world of Fermentation. In Act One we visit Wienke’s Market in Door County, WI. There the Wienke family gives us a tour of their farm and market, as well as a demo of their pickling process. In Act Two, we travel to Reedsburg, WI to visit the annual Fermentation Fest. Donna Neuwirth, Fermentation Fest organizer, takes us on the 50 mile loop tour of art and food that is Fermentation Fest.
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ACT ONE: Wienke’s Market
Family owned and operated for over 35 years, Wienkes’ Market offers homegrown produce and unique products that are distinctly “A Taste of Door County”.
Address: 292 County Rd S, Algoma, WI 54201
ACT TWO: Reedsburg Fermentation Fest
From sourdough bread to home-crafted beer, pickles to soy sauce, chocolate to cheese, compost to silage, the Live Culture Convergence has it all. Farmers, chefs, artists, poets and cheese makers converge in the beautiful working lands of Sauk County with a series of tastings, demonstrations, cooking classes, art events, brewing seminars, farm tours and more.
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