Our visit to Fermentation Farm, on Victoria Street in Costa Mesa, was delicious (and nutritious). We learned so much about fermenting and the slow food movement during our time with Dr. Mason. And we finally got to try kombucha and sauerkraut!
No More Muncheez: Fermentation Farm has Reinvented the Space at 1125 Victoria Street | photo: @byoungforeverphotog
Founder and Owner, Dr. Yasmine Mason, is an Expert on Health and Nutrition | photo: @byoungforeverphotog
An Omelet Waiting To Happen: Duck Eggs and Pasture-Raised Chicken Eggs | photo: @byoungforeverphotog
Members Enjoy a Discount if They Return Their Bottles and Jars for Reuse | photo: @byoungforeverphotog
Not Just Fermented Foods: Lots of Healthy Products to Choose From | photo: @byoungforeverphotog
Tea Time: The Refreshing, Twice-Fermented Kombucha is a Must for your First Visit | photo: @byoungforeverphotog
Everywhere You Look, There’s Something to Try | photo: @byoungforeverphotog
The Store Has Been Totally Reinvented with a Charming, Rustic Feel | photo: @byoungforeverphotog
Custom-Made, Mason-Jar Chandelier: a Nod to the Products, And Dr. Mason’s Name! | photo: @byoungforeverphotog
We’re happy to call Fermentation Farm one of our newest, Costa Mesa neighbors. If you missed our Fermentation Farm article, you can read it here!
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The Mesa Maven is a writer, entrepreneur, community organizer and – most importantly – Costa Mesa Superfan!!! She’s simply mad for this Mesa On The Coast and all the creative, independent, amazing, everyday things happening in our sunny backyard. The Maven lives with her husband, two kids and guinea pig…in Costa Mesa, of course!