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Good Morning Permies,

Houston Permaculture Labor Co-Op is at it again.  We are putting on a fermentation workshop!  I have attached the flyer, please come join us.  

August 4th, 2019
Elks Lodge 151
10150 W. Airport Blvd.
Stafford, TX 77477

$35 to join the workshop, get the gear, take home a jar of ferments.  If you want to take home multiple jars, or bring additional family members please reach out to me at houstonpermaculturelaborcoop@gmail.com and we can get the pricing sorted out.

Thanks,
Colter
Filename: Fermentation-Flyer.pdf
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Fermentation Station was a success.  Fun was had by all, skills were learned, ferments were made.  I ended up with 5 quarts of ferments (2 krauts, and 3 giardinieria's).  The team at Cultured Heat was amazing, teaching everyone how to prep the food, covering the science/history of fermentation, and generally being awesome.  We used Fermentology's Sauer System for the actual fermenting, and I couldn't be happier with the results (so far).  I'll open some up next week and let everyone know how they tasted.
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