PCC Cooks | Fermented and Cultured Foods

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Fermented and Cultured Foods

Birgitte Antonsen

For centuries, fermentation has been used around the world as a health-promoting method for preserving foods. Today, fermented and cultured foods are recognized as enzyme-rich, probiotic super-foods that can aid digestion and detoxification, boost immunity, curb cravings and enhance the nutritional profile of dishes. Join Birgitte as she guides you through the process of making Kombucha; Traditional Beet Kvass; Cultured Salsa and Fruit Sauce; and Sourdough Pancakes. You’ll also leave with your own homemade Sauerkraut. Vegetarian with optional dairy (whey); no eggs or gluten.

Members: $45, Non-members: $50

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