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Koji, Mothers, and Grain Cultures

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Koji, Mothers, and Grain Cultures
In this workshop we will be looking at the different cultures and inoculants used in fermentation. From Koji (moldy rice), SCOBY's, Kefir Grains, and more we will look at what these things are, how we use them, how to care for them, as well as taste testing a variety of yummy ferments.

If you are interested in DIY projects, Old World food preservation, gut health or fermentation in general this is the class for you!
Cheryl Paswater is a Fermentationist , Educator, Health Coach, Artist, Beekeeper, and Writer who after a near-death experience, turned to holistic medicine for help. After radical diet and lifestyle changes, she started teaching on fermentation, old world food preservation, the human microbiome, food ethics, and holistic health. Cheryl runs a popular fermentation project called Contraband Ferments. (www.contrabandferments.com), she’s a contributing writer for Edible Brooklyn, periodic co-host for the radio show Fuhmentaboudit! on the Heritage Food Radio Network, and is currently working on her first book. She lives in Brooklyn, NY with all her ferments (as pets).

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