In recent years, discoveries from leading scientific researchers have found that the state of our gut bacteria could lead to better mood, immunity and skin. During the class you will
In recent years, discoveries from leading scientific researchers have found that the state of our gut bacteria could lead to better mood, immunity and skin. During the class you will learn how to get started with fermenting at home. You’ll drink Kombucha on arrival which is packed with probiotics, fundamental in helping to balance the gut microbiome.
What you will make – please bring 3 preserving jars or purchase ones from us on the night.
- Cucumber Kimchi
- Miso Soup – Traditional Japanese soup made primarily of fermented miso paste, dashi (broth), and additional ingredients such as vegetables, seaweed, and tofu
Kimchi and Sauerkraut are great side dishes which can be eaten with any meal and are traditionally made by fermenting cabbage but many other vegetables can be used. Korean kimchi is hot and spicy whilst sauerkraut has a distinctive sour flavour – the result of lactic acid formed when the bacteria ferment the sugars in the cabbage leaves.
Probiotic drink on arrival and the food you make – please bring three glass preserving jars, at least 500ml or purchase ones from us on the day. The class will last 2.5 to 3 hours depending on number of guests. You will eat your miso soup on the night and where time allows chef will prepare a kimchi omelette for you to enjoy.
Skill Level: All Abilities
To book call - 0161 706 0505