Healthy Bread Making with Whole Grain and Seeds

    Date(s) - 03/10/2018
    9:30 am - 12:00 pm

    Do you wonder what kind of preservatives are in your store bought bread? Have you accidently left bread sitting in the back corner of the pantry for a couple of weeks, only to find it still has no mold? Scary huh?  Join us at the farm on March 10th  and learn how to make whole grain healthy bread and cinnamon rolls for your family that is bursting with nutrition. Healthy Bread Making with Judy Felts Saturday, March 10th 9:30 -12 Cost $35, which includes samples and tasting
    July Felts will be teaching the basics for making your family's weekly homemade bread by using fresh ground whole wheat flour. In addition to the basics, she will focus on using healthy fresh herbs & seeds to provide additional nutrition. She will furnish you with a variety of information and recipes for purchasing grain and tools needed to start your bread making journey and will also delight your taste buds with samples of the savory bread and yummy herb butters that will melt in your mouth (and make you want more). Judy started a small business around 9 years ago called "Whole Grain Bakery of Tennessee and here is what she has to say about her business: "I have taught numerous bread making classes as well as sold my bread to some small local grocery stores. I mainly sell to individuals right now but love making bread and love sharing the experience of bread making." Bio Judy Felts moved to Nashville in 1980 to pursue a music career as a performer at Opryland USA and later traveling with Grand Ole Opry Star Bill Anderson a back-up singer and keyboard player. Judy graduated from Ouachita Baptist University with a degree in Music Education. She later pursued graduate studies at Auburn University and Middle TN State University. She taught high school music for 6 years. She has sung for numerous churches, women's conferences, special events and mission organizations. She has traveled to over 15 foreign countries. Judy is the founder of "Christian Women Connect," formerly "Christian Women in the Marketplace" which she started in 1995 to encourage women in their walk with the Lord. She presently serves on the board for ACT (Artist in Christian Testimony) as well as the Community Resource Board for the TN Prison for Women. Judy Felts Ministries is a part of ACT International ministries. Since 1999, she has served as a volunteer at the TN Prison for Women facilitating a Friday night worship service. She is also active in her church at Christ Community in Franklin where she also is a part of the worship team and the Women's Leadership Team. Judy has a wide variety of interest. She presently serves as the Chairman of the Speakers Bureau for the Herb Society of Nashville. Judy and her husband are both Master Gardeners and Judy speaks for numerous garden organizations on growing and cooking with Herbs. Judy also loves bread making and offers classes on making bread. Judy has been married to Mike Felts for 33 years and they have 2 children and 3 grandsons.  In addition to Judy's solo Christian ministry "Judy Felts Ministies", she also performs with Lee Porter as a duo with piano, guitar, string bass and percussion. They have performed together for the last 111 years and are available for churches, conferences and events.