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Fermented Food Workshop 1.0

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Fermented Food Workshop 1.0

Time: December 10, 2014 from 9:30am to 12:30pm
Location: Mansfield
Website or Map: http://wb4life.net/#
Phone: 33431354
Event Type: hands, on, workshop
Organized By: Roslyn Bono
Latest Activity: Nov 30, 2014

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Do you want to

  • Improve digestion?
  • Eliminate toxins from your body?
  • Restore a healthy balance of good and bad bacteria in your gut?
  • Reduce sugar cravings?
  • Alkalize and cleanse your body?
  • Have fun?

Then come along to this fermented food workshop. Learn about gut flora and how important they are to your health. Learn how to use the beneficial microbes to ferment fruit, vegetables, tea and dairy products.  Learn how fermentation makes foods easily digestible in this ‘hands on’ workshop. Learn how to make kefir, quark, cultured cream, cultured butter, kimchi, sauerkraut, tomato salsa, fruit n' nut kimchi and kombucha. $60 includes workbook and morning tea

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Comment by Lissa on November 30, 2014 at 7:55

Great stuff.

Is the workshop free or is there a charge Roslyn? - might be an idea to edit and add that in.

Adding your address here makes it visible to the world. You can keep your address private if you want - closer to the workshop date you just contact those who have RSVP'd (under Options at the top) but that is up to you.

Can't come to this one myself unfortunately as it's during the week and I work. Perhaps you'll run some at the weekend sometime.

Comment by Elaine de Saxe on November 30, 2014 at 7:22

Sounds marvellous!

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