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Fermented Food Workshop 1.0

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Fermented Food Workshop 1.0

Time: July 16, 2016 from 9:30am to 12:30pm
Location: Roslyn's place
Street: 5 Pareena Crescent
City/Town: Mansfield
Website or Map: http://www.wb4life.net/fermen…
Phone: roslyn@bono.id.au t: 07 3343 1354
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: Roslyn Bono
Latest Activity: Jun 19, 2016

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Event Description

Workshop 1.0 – Dairy, Fruit & Vegetables

Saturday – 16 July

Are you looking to ….

  • improve digestion?
  • eliminate toxins from your body?
  • restore a healthy balance of good bacteria in your gut?
  • reduce sugar cravings?
  • alkalize and cleanse your body?
  • have fun!! ??

If you answered “yes” to any of these, and you live in Brisbane (or surrounds) then you should attend the Fermented Food Workshop 1.0.

At the workshop you will learn ….

  • about gut flora and how important they are to your health.
  • how to use beneficial microbes to ferment fruit, vegetables and dairy products.
  • how fermentation makes foods easily digestible in this ‘hands-on’ workshop
  • how to make kefir, quark, yoghurt, cultured cream, cultured butter, Kombucha, sauerkraut, Korean kimchi, Fruit’n’Nut “kimchi” and tomato salsa.

Come along – your body will thank you!

When:    9.30am-12.30am  (on the nominated days)

Where:   5 Pareena Crescent, Mansfield. Brisbane

Cost:      $65/person (includes morning tea, plus workbook)
(direct deposit:  name: R B Bono, bsb: 064012  acc: 10086583)
or via PayPal – add extra $2/person service fee
RSVP:  Ros Bono  e: roslyn@bono.id.au    t: 07 3343 1354

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Comment by Lissa on June 19, 2016 at 5:58

For those who can't attend the workshop at Dave's, Roslyn also runs these regularly.

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