If you’ve ever wondered how kombucha is made, then this fermentation workshop might be right up your gut.
On January 16, from 6 to 8 pm, learn the art of fermented foods at a microbiome workshop hosted by the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry.
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Fermentation is one of the oldest and simplest ways of preserving foods, and the bacteria that is created during the process is beneficial for your gut health in a variety of ways. At this workshop, you will learn the basics of making your own kombucha and what a SCOBY is. You’ll also get the chance to create a personalized batch of sauerkraut to take home, and learn about your microbiome and gut health.
The event will offer fermented food snacks to keep away any hunger cravings while you learn new scientific discoveries on the depth and breadth of how the microbiome influences our health.
One ticket is for one adult participant, and children under 12 are welcome to share a ticket with an adult. General Admission is not included in the price of the ticket. All Maker Workshops are 15% off for museum members.
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When: January 16, 2020
Time: 6 pm to 8 pm
Where: 1945 SE Water Avenue, Portland
Admission: Buy tickets here