BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//PYVOBJECT//NONSGML Version 1//EN BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20130525T000000Z DTEND:20130525T000000Z DESCRIPTION:Since ancient times\, rice has been the most important crop in Japan. Every village had a shrine where people would go to pray for a good harvest and good health. Where there was a shrine\, there was a koji-make r\, who used the koji mold to ferment rice\, wheat and soy beans to produc e such Japanese staples as sake\, soy sauce\, miso\, rice vinegar\, and am azake (a fermented rice drink). Amazake is traditionally served at the shr ines during new years and throughout the year to promote health.\n\nWith t he industrialization of koji based products\, artisanal koji makers have d windled to about 1000. In the last few years\, Myoho Asari of Saiki Kojiya has led the educational outreach about artisanal koji making traditions d irectly to Japanese cooks and chefs\, who are now driving the renaissance in koji fermented foods.\n\nThis workshop will teach you how to make the f ollowing foods:\n&bull\; Koji cucumber pickles\n&bull\; Tamago koji omelet \n&bull\; Salmon cakes\n&bull\; Koji soup with chicken balls\n&bull\; Onig iri (rice balls) with koji sesame seeds\n&bull\; Mixed berries with koji\n \n$75 members\, $85 non-members. RSVP early\, 25 students max.\n\n<em><str ong>NEW:</strong></em>&nbsp\;For all classes\, workshops\, and food tours\ , pre-payment is now required to hold your space. Please call 213.625.0414 or&nbsp\;<a href=" yment-form.pdf" target="_blank">download the pre-payment form</a>&nbsp\;(< a href=" pdf" target="_blank"> payment-form.pdf</a>). Cancellations must be made 48 hours in advance or n o refund will be issued.\n\n<a href="" target="_blank" ></a> DTSTAMP:20240526T093839Z SUMMARY:Kojiya Cooking Workshop with Myoho Asari and Sonoko Sakai URL:/en/events/2013/05/25/kojiya-cooking-workshop-with-myoho-asari-and-sono k/ END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR