Come and learn how to make some gut loving foods. Join me for a beginners guide and an introduction into the how’s, what’s, why’s of synbiotic nutrition and the magic of lacto fermentation. Be ready for a hands-on workshop where you will explore the gut health benefits of adding probiotics and prebiotics into your diet and make your own fermented goodies. You will learn the principles behind lactic-acid fermentation and how to make your own fermented foods using organic vegetables, herbs, & spices. What you'll get: - A discussion on the importance of probiotic and prebiotic foods to keep a healthy gut. - Learn how to care for your homemade ferment. - How to include them in your daily food routine. - Step by step information guide will be provided. - Take your own fermented veggies home with you. - Email support for you after the workshop.
Aline de Santa Izabel
Aline is a Brazilian scientist with MSc degrees in Microbiology, Biotechnology and Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management. She has been part of the team developing "The Synbiotic Lifestyle Cookbook - Knowledge And Cooking For Your Ecossystem" with The Synbiotic Lifestyle company, and working as a researcher in Digital Health at the Swedish startup Lifesum. She decided to found the Synbiotic Kitchen to share her insights in synbiotic cooking principles, a nutritional approach focused on maintaining a diet that is healthy not only for you, but also for the inner you - aka your microbiome.
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4 - 20 participants
I recommend you to bring your favorite chopping/slicing knife and chopping board, an apron (as things can get a bit messy on a fermenting workshop). Everything else is provided. Let me know in advance if you have any allergies and/or issues related to food.
Learn how to prepare your own naturally fermented sauerkraut - step by step information guide will be provided. - Learn how to care for your homemade ferment. - Learn how to include them in your daily food routine, and which foods to eat to improve your gut health
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