Homemade Sauerkraut & Lacto-fermented Veggies

homemade kimchi 1 Homemade Sauerkraut & Lacto fermented Veggies


3/30/13 @ 2pm

Learn step-by-step instructions on how to safely make your own sauerkraut at home! We’ll talk about why lacto-fermented veggies are so healthy & you’ll taste samples, & participate in the process.

Great for those who:

~want to learn a DIY skill in the kitchen

~suffer from low-immunity or gut issues

~to strengthen the mind-body connection and empower their senses.

~want to increase nutrient absorption

~are switching to a more alkalinizing diet

We will provide handouts, samples, and a 1-quart sample of kraut you can take home to ferment on your own and enjoy.


4/6/13 @ 2PM

The perfect class for those who took the Sauerkraut class to learn more techniques. We’ll go more in depth about the health benefits of whole food probiotics, and healing gut inflammation, and the relationship between the brain and our gut, really our “second brain,” as well as talking all about kimchi!

Each class is $35, or $50 to attend both classes.

Please register by calling 336.235.2730, or

email lotuscentergso@gmail.com

About our teacher:

Kate Faulkner, Holistic Health Coach, AADP received her training to practice Health Coaching at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, which is the only nutrition school integrating all of the different dietary theories–combining the knowledge of traditional philosophies with modern nutrition concepts. She has a background in art, community-supported agriculture, and organic farming, and as a worker-owner in a health food store co-op in North Carolina. Kate’s passions include hands-on-create-your-own-health activities, such as culturing foods, cooking, culinary and herbal medicine, and teaching. She spends much of her time working with her hands in the dirt as a gardener and horticulturist and also does education in that field. Assisting Kate will be her twin sister, Blake Faulkner L.Ac., who has been practicing herbal medicine and acupuncture as Lotus Center for 5 years.

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