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Fermented Food Workshop 4.0

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Fermented Food Workshop 4.0

Time: March 7, 2015 from 9:30am to 12:30pm
Location: Mansfield
Event Type: hands, on, workshop
Organized By: Roslyn Bono
Latest Activity: Feb 16, 2015

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 Fermented nuts, fruit drinks and low tech yoghurt and cheese.

$70 includes morning tea and workbook. Nuts are often an essential ingredient in gluten free recipes. Did you know fermenting nuts removes the phytates that cause digestive disturbances? Fermenting makes nuts easy to digest. Learn how to ferment nuts and make nut meal, nut flour, nut butter and nut cheese. Fermenting also removes the phytates in chick peas. Learn how to ferment hummus. Learn how to make yogurt, kefir cheese and labneh. Learn how to ferment fruit juices to make refreshing pro biotic drinks like sparkling apple and orange. We’ll also revisit kombucha and you’ll learn 2 persuasive ways to serve kombucha to reluctant family members!

 roslyn@bono.id.au  33431354  wb4life.net

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