Saturday, September 16
Where: Landis Arboretum, Landis Arboretum Meeting House 174 Lape Rd, Esperance 12066
Cost: Members: $5/person, $15/family; Non-members: $15/person, $25/family
Fermented foods have been around for thousands of years. In addition to being a method of preserving foods using yeast (wine, beer) and bacteria (sauerkraut, yogurt), fermentation produces foods that are rich sources of probiotics, organisms that are gaining recognition as beneficial to intestinal and overall health. Come, learn, and share.
Instructor: Ed Radle; Chemist, Master Gardener, and Board Trustee