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Fermentation Foods Workshop

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by Kath Chown (subscribe)
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Give your tummy some love with fermented foods
sourdough, yoghurt, fermentation, food, workshop, class, diy, cooking, starter
Sourdough Starter
In this hands-on class, you will learn how to make your own yoghurt and sourdough 'starter' to make your own delicious breads.

Fermentation is a way of preserving foods while helping boost the health and wellbeing of your gut bacteria and in turn your whole health. Sourdough bread, Greek yoghurt and sauerkraut are beneficial fermented foods that can be made at home, relatively quickly, cheaply and with delicious results.

For many food tolerances are a daily struggle, by fermenting foods it starts a process that helps the digestion of normally difficult foods. Also by making your own food you not only know what exactly is in it but you can also control the taste, sugar levels and do away with preservatives.

You will be learning at the new Annerley Community Hub, which is run by non-profit group, Community Plus . This class will help to raise funds for the centre so they can continue to support those who need it in the community.
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Why? Learn to make your own healthy foods
When: Saturday, 11 April 2015 from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Where: Annerley Community Hub
Cost: $40
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