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Sold Out – How to Make Delicious, Nutritious Whole-Grain Bread with Judy Felts
Feb 12, 2022 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Sold Out – Whole-grain Bread Class with Judy Felts
Saturday, February 12, 2022, 10 am – 12 noon
Cost: $35 which includes instruction, recipes and tastings
In a perfect world, we would have fresh whole-whole grain bread that we can make ourselves every week for the family just like our ancestors did, instead of the bleached, bromated, re-fortified bread that is in our pantry today.
Judy Felts had been baking whole-grain bread for her family for many years and she does it while working a full-time job as a realtor along with volunteering her time for non-profit organizations. She can show you all the tools needed to make the ‘healthy bread process’ something everyone (even busy moms) can accomplish.
Did you know that many people who are gluten-free today, can eat this type of healthy bread with no issues? Judy can give you all the facts.
This hearty whole-grain bread is a healthy and delicious alternative to packaged supermarket bread. The seeds and different types of flour add flavor, texture, and fiber, making a filling, satisfying loaf that is great for sandwiches or to go with salads. We all know that whole grains can be good for us, but that’s not the only reason to eat them. With the right recipes and techniques, they can taste great, too.
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 presently serves on the board for the Community Resource Board for the TN Prison for Women. Since 1999, she has served as a volunteer at the TN Prison for Women facilitating a Friday night worship service. In 2016 Judy started a non-profit organization called “Oak Cottage for Women,” a transition home for women coming out of prison. The home opened in Franklin, TN in June 2020. A second home will be opening by the end of 2021. Judy is actively involved in her community. For the last 10 years she has been involved in the Herb Society of Nashville and is presently serving as the Chairman. She is a member of the Franklin Noon Rotary and the Williamson County Chamber and she is active in her church at Christ Presbyterian and is a member of the choir.
Judy has a wide variety of interests. She presently serves as the Chairman of 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 39 years and they have 2 children and 4 grandchildren. Since 1999, Judy and Mike have been active in real estate and are both Real Estate Brokers. Judy serves as the Managing Broker for RE/MAX Choice Properties in Brentwood, TN.
In addition to Judy’s solo ministry, she also performs with Lee Porter as a duo. They have performed together for the last 16 years and are available for churches, conferences and events.
“Planted By God” Spiritual lessons learned from the garden.
“Master Weaver” How our stories fit in into God’s bigger plan.
“We’re All Broken, but Next is the Beautiful” God’s redemption and love for the Broken Hearted. Our Journey of Faith.
Starting an Herb Garden
Cooking with Herbs
BREAD MAKING with fresh ground flour/ herbs, etc. Judy has been teaching classes in bread making for several organizations including The Herb Society of Nashville and several local farm seminars. She has a Domestic Kitchen license and bakes fresh bread for a local grocery store. She teaches how to use fresh ground flour in bread making along with the nutrional benefits of fresh baked bread using various kinds of wheat & other grains. In addition, she can teach a class on Growing , Preserving and Cooking with fresh Herbs.