You could buy a $4 bottle of kombucha, or you could make your own for pennies. It's simply sweetened black or green tea with a culture added and allowed to ferment. We'll make both a primary and a secondary ferment with your favorite fruit/juice (yum! Blueberry kombucha!). Learn some fascinating history, some microbiology, troubleshooting, the right glassware, and what the heck a SCOBY is. Easy, economical, and delicious! Zoom link and materials list will be provided upon registration. Registration closes February 20 to ensure participants get all needed information and supplies. The scoby will be available from the instructor. FMI, contact Emma via her site at emmaholder.com/fermentation
Emma Holder studied microbiology and immunology at McGill University, where she graduated with a BSc in 1991 and a masters degree in 1993. Her passion is fostering human connections and offering engaging educational opportunities to promote happy,healthy lifestyles.