WORKSHOPS

 

 

 

WORKSHOPS INFORMATION COMING SOON.

LECTURES

ALL LECTURES ARE FREE AND TAKE PLACE IN THE LECTURE HALL

 

CULTURED FOODS: THE OLD WORLD WAY

by Randy Olsen, Zebra Organics

Every Saturday and Sunday at 12:00pm

Learn how old-world methods of curing preserves food, its natural flavors, and its nutrients. Taste our organic, heirloom, Peruvian olives paired with a specially selected cheese. Experience the rich flavors in our fermented chocolate and rainforest honey. You’ll learn how raw honey is used in a variety of food and beverage fermentation processes and how fermenting organic cacao beans improves the nutrient value and flavor of chocolate. We’ll show you how to create unique pairings with these special artisans foods in your own kitchen at home.

 

WHY IS RAW MILK FLYING OFF THE SHELVES?

by Mark McAfee, Founder of Organic Pastures

Saturday, February 19th at 2:00pm

Come and learn about modern-tested and safe raw milk and all of its health benefits. Learn about the direct relationship between the uncontested benefits of breastmilk and raw milk from other mammals. Join me as we discuss the newest science from milk genomics research centers from all over the world and how whole foods build and support your immune system.

 

THE AMERICAN GUT PROJECT

by Dr. Justin Shaffer

Saturday, February 19th at 4:00pm

The American Gut Project is the world’s largest crowd-sourced microbiome research project aimed to understand the complex microbial ecosystems that all of us depend on. See how your microbiome compares to others and learn how your diet & lifestyle may shape your gut microbiome!

 

SOURDOUGH: IT BEGINS WITH GRAIN

by Mark Gavigan, Founder of Bread and Flours

Sunday, February 20th at 2:00pm and 4:00pm

Join us to understand the basic history of sourdough bread and the importance of fermentation to your gastrointestinal tract and your microbiome. Discover the benefits of sourdough and whole grains, and learn the science behind why you should be consuming sourdough and whole grain regularly.

 

THE WINE MAKING PROCESS

By Anita Matlock, Owner and Winemaker of Wildwood Oak Winery

Sunday, February 27th at 4:00pm

Saturday and Sunday, March 5th and 6th at 4:00pm

Wildwood Oak Winery embraces the science and art in the winemaking process. Learn about the full process of making white and red wine. Follow the journey of the grapes from vine to bottle.

 

 

 

 

 

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