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Introduction to Fermented Foods

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Introduction to Fermented Foods

Time: June 18, 2016 from 9:30am to 12:30pm
Location: Mansfield
Street: 5 Pareena Cres,
City/Town: Mansfield
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Phone: t: 07 3343 1354
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: Ros Bono
Latest Activity: Jun 15, 2016

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5 Pareena Cres, Mansfield

At the workshop you will learn:
- about the relationship of gut bacteria to 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, Korean kimchi, Fruit’n’Nut “kimchi” and tomato salsa.

Come along – your body will thank you!

Cost: $65/person (includes morning tea, plus workbook)
RSVP: Ros Bono e: t: 07 3343 1354

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