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Sold Out – Fermenting Vegetables: Healthy and Delicious
February 24 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
This Class is Sold Out.
Have you always wanted to know how to ferment vegetables to build healthy gut bacteria? Fermenting is one of the life skill processes that research validates for improving your overall health and immunity system. The best benefits include the great taste of fermented veggies and how simple it is to incorporate these ferments into your diet.
Fermenting Vegetables: Healthy and Delicious
Saturday, February 24, 2024, 10 am – 12 noon
In this fermenting class, you will learn simple and easy applications for fermenting. It will also give you an understanding of the process and benefits to your health. Dr. Carol Prunty will demonstrate three different ferments in the class and she will need lots of hands-on help. Bring an apron and jump in to learn alongside her!
What will you receive from attending this class?
- Multiple tastings of delicious fermented foods
- Learn how to transform your space into a fermenting kitchen
- Gain confidence in fermentation while preserving your garden bounty
- Resource lists of equipment needed and where you can purchase
- Fermentation recipes that delight your palette (some using wild-harvested spices and edibles)
- A ‘take-home” jar of one fermented item in the class
BIO Dr. Carol Batey Prunty from Carol’s Homestead
Carol’s passion and calling have revolved around teaching numerous homestead topics including preserving and fermenting foods. She has also produced all-natural skin care products for many years. Carol has been teaching Plant Medicine for over thirty years to organizations in multiple states.
Her homestead is in Goodlettsville, Tennessee on thirteen acres. The homestead is a botanical sanctuary that houses medicinal at-risk plants for healing the body, mind, and soul. She lives on Native American land…which is very meaningful since she has Cherokee, Apache, and Blackfoot Indian in her ancestry. Always a prepper, she has skills in storage and extending the life of food.
She is an author and her books can be found on Amazon and Barnes and Nobles.com. She will be able to sign books in her fermenting class.