Unless noted, all workshops are no charge and held at the Blaine Library in Blaine. Link
Sept. 28, 2016, 4-6pm Sauerkraut
& Fermenting Vegetables kelle
sunter Saturday, Oct. 1, 10-12noon
the good old days, we didn't have canning - so how did
we preserve the summer bounty gathered from the wild
or grown in our gardens? Fermentation!
classes will cover the same material. Come and learn
how to make your own nutritious (and delicious!) sauerkraut!
We will also talk about why homemade sauerkraut is SO
GOOD for you!! Additional information (and sampling)
for making fermented pickles and other vegetables. Special
Guest on Saturday will also be talking about making
Nov. 2, 4-6pm Kombucha
with kelle sunter
Nov. 5, 10-12noon
the origins of Kombucha remain shrouded in mystery there
is much evidence to support that it has been around
for thousands of years! Whether you want to feel better
by drinking it (many do!),, just like the taste, or
have never tried it, we invite you to get in touch with
your inner "Ghengis" by learning more about
this interesting elixir at this fun, informative presentation.
We will be sampling different flavors, demonstrating
how to make your own AND sending you home with
your own culture to start brewing.
If you would like us to come and speak at a community activity or event to help inform your participants about the CORE project, please contact us.
We have had several community meetings to introduce the CORE project. If you have any questions, or would like to volunteer to help with our mission and goals, please do not hestitate to contact us - firstname.lastname@example.org or call 360-332-7435
For GLEANING (either volunteering to help pick fruit or having your fruit harvested), please click on "Gleaning" in the left column to go the that page in this website.