Sauerkraut is the cultured (or fermented) food most people are familiar with. Take some cabbage, smash it to smithereens with some salt, let it sit. Easy, right? But when's the last time you did this, or saw someone else do it?
Did you know there are cultured foods that you can make that are naturally full of probiotics? Probiotics can help your digestion work better and your immune system stronger!
Did you know that almost every native people group ferments some of their food?
Did you know that fermented foods can be easier to digest?
Cultured food can be a little intimidating. How do you know if it's good to eat? How do you MAKE it? What kinds of things can you ferment? Why does it work? Why is it good for you? What if I don't like the taste?
I have had all these questions at different times. I've been fermenting foods for about a year or two, and have made sauerkraut, kombucha, water kefir, yogurt, mixed veggies, and more, using fermenting techniques. It makes it SO much less intimidating if you can watch someone else do it first! That's where Gnowfglins comes in.
On Monday, Gnowfglins.com is hosting a FREE web seminar (webinar) on Fermenting Foods! Gnowfglins is a huge resource for me, I literally reference it every week. And with this free class, you can get a glimpse of the great info available there!
Click here to sign up, and all the info will be sent to you!
Just so ya know, I teach gluten free sourdough on Gnowfglins.com, and all my info and recipes are published there. If you sign up for the webinar through this link, and you end up enrolling in classes later, I'll make a small cut of the profits.
I hope you'll join us! It's gonna be fun... :)