Diy Fermented Food Series

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Rosalie Apothecary says
Back by popular demand!!

DIY Fermented Foods Series
~ Mondays, 7-9pm, starting May 1st
~ Taught by Nancy Blakall, Lou Carrig & Christiane Wurmstedt
~ Call the shop to register at 488-4425
~ Sliding Scale $20-35 per Class* // $60 for Series*
*supplies fee optional

Fermentation is an ancient way of preserving food. Alive with gut-healthy microbes, fermented foods enhance digestion and nutrient assimilation, as well as promote a healthy immune system and overall health! Making your fermented foods at home is not only more affordable than buying them at the supermarket; it also utilizes the unique microbes of your immediate environment, which is most beneficial to you! This hands-on series will demonstrate how to make some of your favorite fermented foods at home!

Kombucha 101
Monday, May 1st, 7-9pm
Learn the health benefits of kombucha as well as the in's & out's of brewing it at home, including carbonation and flavoring. Each participant can take home a jar of brewed tea and scoby to get started!
*supplies fee $5.00

Lacto-Fermentation
Monday, May 8th, 7-9pm
Sauerkraut? Kimchi? Pickles? Come learn the science and tradition behind this ancient way of preserving food and make your own jar of sauerkraut to take home!
*supplies fee $5.00

Homemade Dairy
Monday, May 15th, 7-9pm
Come learn about making traditional dairy products at home such as milk kefir, yogurt, butter, buttermilk, farmer's cheese, etc. as well as uses for whey! Each participant can take home something we make in class.
*supplies fee $5.00

Mead-Making
Monday, May 22nd, 7-9pm
Honey wine is thought to be the most ancient fermented food! Come learn how to make the original alcoholic beverage. Participants can make a 1/2 gallon of mead to ferment at home.
*supplies fee $15.00
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By: Rosalie Apothecary

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