Let us gather and set intentions for a healthful 2017 and together create the foods to actualize these goals. As many of us know, fermented foods are strong performance enhancing allies. They increase function and cognition, and with regular use can empower us to access the highest levels of our physical and emotional strengths.
For this event, join Wild Eats Austin's Botanical Alchemist, Rachael Young, and Chef Kevin Fink of Emmer & Rye
in a hands on journey to shred and brine the baddest combos for fermentation, complete with wild additions of locally and ethically harvested native plants for incredible, feral flavors. This educational journey will include real time making of fermented (gut) shots, a ferally-flavored sauerkraut, and a wild kombucha. You will go home not only with a jar of each unique creation, but also with the superpower to create endless fermented ebbulience from home for the rest of your life. Join us, bring a friend - this is gonna be so much fun.
"The medicine of Cabbage is that of Stability and Purpose. The juice of the Cabbage is good for accelerating the healing process and is helpful in the remedy of stomach ulcers. Cabbage is rich in minerals and is an especially good source of sulphur and iodine, which enable it to be very effective when used in poultices for conditions of the skin." - White Eagle, The Medicine Way
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