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Fermented vegetables, fruit, dairy & kombucha

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Fermented vegetables, fruit, dairy & kombucha

Time: February 11, 2017 from 9:30am to 1pm
Location: Mansfield
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Phone: or Call us at 07-3343-1354
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: Roslyn Bono
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Fermented vegetables, fruit, dairy & kombucha
$100/person         11 February 2017

Venue for all workshops:  Mansfield.

Start time: 9.30am    End time: 1.00pm (approximately)

Morning tea provided; participants will receive a workbook with recipes.

The Fermented Food Workshops are designed to give you the skills and confidence to immediately start making healthy and nutritious fermented foods that will have a positive effect on your health and well-being.


The number of attendees at the workshops is limited to six.  This small group allows us to deliver a personalised and hands-on learning environment.



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