June 9- Hands On Fermenting: Summer Veggies A/TX

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June 9- Hands On Fermenting: Summer Veggies A/TX

45.00

Probiotics like those found naturally in fermented foods have been found to be an important part of a healthy diet and may be an avenue to provide a safe, cost effective, and natural approach that adds a barrier against microbial infections and promotes effective digestion and overall health.

  • The consumption of fermented probiotic foods has many benefits:

  • Increase of antibodies

  • Stronger immune system

  • Regulation of appetite

  • Reduction of cravings for sugar and simple carbohydrates

Join local market chef Maggie Perkins to learn the beginning steps for successfully fermenting seasonal vegetables for personal preservation and consumption. All supplies are included.

You’ll roll up your sleeves to make a batch of fresh summer pickled vegetables which you will take home, with instructions for the continued fermentation. Support, as always, is only a text away during the process, and after the first jar of crispy tummy-taming probiotics are complete, you’ll be off and running and ready to create pickles, krauts, slaws, relishes and more. Come make great pickles and greater memories with fellow foodies from Austin and beyond!

Sunday, June 9, 2019 | 2:00-3:30pm

$45.00 PER PERSON

Maggie makes every effort to accommodate your food sensitivities and special diets, however if you have any unique concerns or food allergies, please contact us prior to scheduling your class.

Class will be held in a private kitchen/home located in the 78745 zip code area of South Central Austin, near St. David’s Hospital. Address will be provided 24 hours prior to class.

About Maggie Perkins: When food writer, former farmer, and market chef Maggie Perkins isn't preparing seasonal dishes on the fly at local farmers markets, you might find her at a backwoods barbecue joint in Mississippi, comparing chargrilled oysters in the Big Easy, or trading food folklore with a fishmonger on the coast. Her true north is in her home kitchen, puttering about, spinning vintage vinyl, perfecting her creole cooking techniques, and developing recipes she shares in print, and on her blog, Notes from Maggie's Farm.

No refunds are given, however transfers are allowed with prior notice.

 

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