Join us for an evening of demystifying the process of making your own delicious, nutritious fermented foods. Edie Brennan, Certified Healing Foods Specialist and GAPSTM Practitioner, will lead us in a hands on demonstration of some fast and family friendly ferments such as kefir, pickles, sauerkraut, and fruit chutney.
Whether you’re new to cultured foods or are a fermenting pro, join us and share your questions and experiences. Learn more about why these traditional foods are so essential to our health, and how to get your families to enjoy them. Bring a small glass jar and a lid (pint or half pint) to take home a sample of your handiwork!
Friday, January 13th, 7:00 – 9:00 pm
Arlington Heights Memorial Library, Hendrickson Room
RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org or 224-244-7369 so we can plan to have items for everyone to bring home.
Edie Brennan is a Master Certified Healing Foods Specialist and Certified GAPS Practitioner. She is passionate about helping individuals and families achieve abundant health and wellness. She owns and operates ABCI, a business that provides intensive behavioral programs, parent training, and dietary support to families of children with autism and other developmental delays, as well as providing in home support and coaching for any parents struggling with behavior problem. Edie is also available for individual consultations, workshops, and cooking classes to anyone interested in improved health through food and lifestyle changes. As a busy mom of three little lacto-fermented- pickle- eating cuties, she has learned to take a no frills, practical approach to making delicious and nourishing foods that families will love.