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Art of Fermented Foods and Healing Benefits Bone Broth – Chicago

April 28, 2015 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm CDT

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The Art of Cultured Foods and the Healthy Benefits of Bone Broth

Before factory farms and processed foods, people ate traditionally-prepared nutrient-dense foods, such as sourdough bread, fermented sauerkraut, bone broth and more.  These foods were not only tasty but very nutritious – and the people were relatively free of modern diseases.

In this class you will learn how to prepare:

–  Cultured foods such as sauerkraut, fermented berries, cultured salsa and more

–  Bone broth, which is full of bioavailable minerals, gelatin and collagen.

Even more importantly, you will lear WHY you should be consuming these foods.  Tamara will share tips to get your WHOLE family to enjoy these foods (yes…event the little ones). 

You will be able to sample some items, and will receive a pint of frozen bone broth to take home.

*You may purchase a fermenting kit in our shopping cart, or you may bring 2 pint size jars to class.

Elawa Farms

Lake Forest, IL

 

$75

More Info, Register and Pay Here:  http://www.elawafarm.org/programcooking.html

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Details

Date:
April 28, 2015
Time:
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm CDT
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Organizer

Tamara Mannelly

Venue

Elawa Farms
1401 Middlefork Dr
Lake Forest , IL 60045 United States
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Phone:
847-234-1966
Website:
http://www.elawafarm.org/programcooking.html

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