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If you’re intrigued by the idea of fermentation, probiotics, and learning the ins and outs of the process, this workshop is the perfect place to start!
In this hands-on experience that integrates both education and a make-and-take activity for each participant featuring fermented vegetables, Jayshree Subramanian will teach the concepts and processes behind the age-old technique of how to ferment foods. Jayshree has distilled the process into easy to follow guidelines, and the workshop is tailored to be a fun activity that gives participants the necessary experience to make their own “probiotics” at home, a life-long tool for personal health and wellness.
In addition to the history and how-to of fermentation, the participant will also take home a bottle of their own vegetables that are ready to ferment that they will prepare during the workshop. Jayshree offers the participants post-workshop support to help troubleshoot anything related to their process as the vegetables ferment at home so that the workshop’s lessons can be used beyond the classroom and applied to learning fermentation as a life skill.
This Art of Fermentation workshop is a great way to step into the world of gut-health and probiotics. Don’t miss this opportunity to make 2019 your healthiest year yet!
Jayshree Subramanian is a self taught experimentalist, an ardent health-food researcher, foodie, sourdough bread baker and a Yoga teacher. She has an unending passion for high quality, organically grown foods, especially fermented foods that not only improves health but takes it up a notch or more. She is the owner/baker of Living Breads micro bakery, and divides her time between Newfoundland, Canada in the summers and the Southern US in the winters.
Learn more about Jayshree at www.facebook.com/LivingBreadsMicroBakery and mindbodyyoga4all.strikingly.com.
Monday–Saturday 7am – 7pm
Monday–Saturday 7am – 10:30am
Monday–Saturday 11am – 3pm
Saturdays (April – September) 9am – 1pm