Library Lunchtime Interlude - It’s time to make Sauerkraut!

Published: Friday, 29 March 2019 at 12:00:00 PM

Carol Flint discovered fermented foods some years ago. Fermenting is a great way to preserve food while still keeping
it raw and full of nutrients and she found it wasn’t hard to become passionate about the subject.

Lacto fermenting your foods has multiple health and flavour benefits including making vitamins and minerals more
available to your body and providing a powerful punch of probiotics and enzymes. Fermented foods enhance digestion, boost immunity (70 - 80% of your immunity comes from your gut), and will help with many health issues.

Carol will be demonstrating how to make sauerkraut and will also discuss other vegetable ferments that can easily be made at home.

Topics to be covered will be:
General rules and tips for fermenting.
Advice and pros/cons regarding the different types of fermenting equipment.

If you suffer from digestive issues, spend a lot of money on probiotic pills, feel sluggish and not quite right or just love
fermented foods but need some help getting started making your own at home, then this workshop is for you.

When: Monday 8th of April. 12.30- 1.30 pm
Where: Bassendean Memorial Library
How: Please book using the try booking link below.

The library kindly asks you to provide 48 hrs notice if you wish to return the electronic tickets issued as there is a waiting list. Please use the return tickets link provided on the original email. Thank you.

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