Date: Saturday, June 15, 2019. Time: 10 AM – 12 noon
Place: Huntington Open Women’s Land (HOWL), 895 Salvas Road, Huntington
Instructor: Michele Grimm Cost: $20 – Includes equipment & supplies to take home
Why pay $4 a pint for kombucha? Learn how to do it yourself! In this workshop, learn all about kombucha (a fermented tea beverage) and how to make it at home. Kombucha is a fermented probiotic beverage that contains beneficial nutrients, enzymes and acids that improve digestion, increase energy and boost immunity. Now is a great time to start, as we are heading into the warm season, the best time to brew kombucha! Equipment and ingredients to take home are included in the cost. You will get to take home a kit with everything you need to start making kombucha for yourself:
- 2-gallon mason jar
- organic sugar
- organic tea
- a live SCOBY culture & starter tea
- handout with brewing instructions
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a space. Or just drop in; we will have plenty of supplies available.
About Kombucha: Kombucha, like any herbal product, is to be used at your own discretion. There are many beliefs about what people think this product will do, but they are simply beliefs. This class carries with it no claims regarding the treatment, diagnosis or curing of disease. Consult with your medical practitioner before using any type of remedy, herbal or otherwise.
About the Instructor: Michele Grimm is from Colchester, Vermont and has been brewing her own kombucha for about 2 years. She is NOT a professional kombucha brewer. She IS on the HOWL Collective, where she has served for about 6 years. She has a background in Neuroscience and currently works as a software tester. She is interested in the mind-body axis and improving health for humans and the planet.