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Fermentation Course

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Fermentation Course

Time: October 22, 2016 all day
Location: Glastonbury
Website or Map: http://www.feedavalon.org.uk/…
Event Type: course
Organized By: Feed Avalon
Latest Activity: Sep 21, 2016

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How to book: To book please email eat@feedavalon.org.uk

When: Saturday 22nd October 2016, 9.30 - 5pm

Where: Unit C1 Thriveability Hub, Northover Buildings, Glastonbury, BA6 9NU

What: In the course, you’ll be rediscovering the old methods of preserving food. We’ll be preparing, making and tasting fermented foods from all over the globe; a variety of sauerkrauts, kimchi, sourdough bread and more.

The course will be educational, from understanding the process to the nutritional values and health benefits. We’ll end the session with a chance to taste all the delicious food and have plenty to be taking home too.

Why: Fermented food tastes amazing and is a great way to consume probiotics from living food all year round – one of the many health benefits.

Cost: £35. There are a small number of free or subsidised places for people on low incomes. Max 14 places. Please book early.

This course has been supported by Somerset Skills and Learning.
 
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