Fermentation 101: Creating Goodness with Cultures

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Have you ever wondered how to make your own Yogurt? Are you a fan of Kombucha? If you answered yes, this is the class for you! Join Seneca Kern of WeFarm America as he teaches students how to make 3 popular fermented items at home. The class will focus on Kombucha (a fermented sweetened tea, favored for aiding the digestive system) and Kefir (a fermented drink made with dairy, nut/seed milks, or juices).

Dabblers will learn the background on fermentables and sample some of the variations on these age-old elixirs. Guests will leave with valuable tips and tools for crafting these cultures and the ability to create these awesome items with easy to find household supplies!

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Seneca Kern

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Returning to his hometown of Chicago from California, Seneca Kern has incorporated his experiences working in the community and his grandmother's garden with a love of food to co-found WeFarm America with Bill Morrisett. A social enterprise focused on self-sustainability, effective resource allocation and open source curriculum/programming, all centered around organic gardening, WeFarm looks to help re-energize the food movement with the freshest, most local and sustainable food possible: your own.
Interests include eating, exploring, dancing, teaching, learning, and cultivating plenty of food to share.