Join us for an experiential workshop that combines making your own fermented vegetables and kombucha with a presentation on eating for brain health. For many of us, processed foods, overuse of antibiotics, and exposure to toxins in our diet and environment have resulted in an imbalance of gut flora. How do we know? We experience some combination of fatigue, digestive issues, inflammation, problems with blood sugar and depression.
Participants will take away a quart of kraut to ferment at home and a kombucha SCOBY (symbiotic culture of bacteria and yeast) with directions for making delicious fermented tea.
Dor Mullen is the founder of The Suppers Programs, a Princeton-based non-profit organization that teaches people to prepare and enjoy the whole natural foods that support health, mental health and freedom from addiction. www.TheSuppersPrograms.org
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