On Monday the 16th of December at 6pm at the Health Department in Augusta, the Health committee of Sustainable Potomac Highlands is running an informational get together on what fermentation is, what it does to your food and its health benefits. Anyone is encouraged to come, to share and to gather information. There will be examples of different fermented foods to sample, Including Green Pastures Fermented cod-liver oil, a variety of things from BAO Fermented products, and Hawthorne Valley Association.
Attendees are encouraged to bring ferments of any kind to share with the group. These could include but are not limited to: yogurt, sauerkraut, kimchee, kombucha, kefir, water kefir, and sourdough bread. ( please no wine or beer, there is no alcohol allowed in the health dept. building.) If you have extra starter cultures for things like kefir, kombucha, yogurt, sourdough etc. please bring them to share as we will be swapping cultures as well.
Please send any questions to Eva Taylor at firstname.lastname@example.org.