Snead’s Farm is partnering with getBUBBLY Ferments to offer a class on making this popular fermented tea right here at the farm.
Join us on Sunday, Aug. 13, from 1 p.m. until 4 p.m. Instructor Kellie Jordan will share the history, science and health benefits of kombucha, as well as how to make this ancient elixir on your kitchen counter at home.
Sign up for your spot by Aug. 6 so that we can have materials ready for you (preregistration is required to ensure adequate supplies).
Here is a link to register online.
-Summary theory discussion on gut health, the role of friendly bacteria and probiotic-rich foods, and the factors that affect our gut microbiome.
-Detailed guide with step-by-step home instructions, with space for notes
-Live, practical demonstration, with optional hands-on participation
-Fresh kombucha, second- ferment kombucha and fermented food tasting
-Taste the difference between fresh kombucha and second-ferment kombucha, and learn how to customize flavors to your preferences
-First and second fermentation process
-Opportunity to ask many questions!
-Make and take home first batch of brewing kombucha with SCOBY
Materials are included in class fee of $35. Click here to register.
About Kellie Jordan
I am a farmers market junkie and fermentista of magical proportions.
As a dedicated mother of three empowered to craft the nutrition and well-being of my family, I was inspired by Hippocrates’ famous statement, “Let Food be thy Medicine.” This became my kitchen invocation and guiding principle as I experimented with delicious cultured condiments and beverages, and eventually, fully healing meal plans.
getBUBBLY, my ferments company, emerged from a desire to share my passion for locally sourced foods and to support farmers and suppliers committed to ethical and sustainable farming practices. I love playing with traditional whole foods and ferments, and sharing in DIY fun!
I hope to inspire you to see food as your medicine, and empower you with the tools and knowledge to get bubbly in your kitchen!