New classes in food fermenting

Fermenting fans in Dublin, I'm sorry but my class in Airfield in Dublin is Sold Out!! Great news that so many people are getting into food fermenting. 

Limerick and nearby fermenters can come to my workshop next week at Hook and Ladder on November 5th at 7pm. Click on the link and book a spot. 

  Kvass

And here's a recipe for one of my favourite things

Beetroot Kvass

Kvass is practically a free drink that’s fantastic for promoting good digestive health. It’s a tonic for the blood, liver and kidneys and helps regularity. It’s also quite tasty as the fermentation brings out the sweetness of the beetroot and it becomes slightly effervescent. If you’re planning a big night out on the town where you know you will be drinking, having a glass of this in the morning and evening will have a notable strengthening effect on your liver and a reduction in hangover symptoms. So look after your liver, it goes through hell for you!

 You will need 1 x 2-3 litre glass jar – sterilised

 Ingredients

 1 large beetroot, organic will work best here

1 cup/ whey – you can omit the whey if you don't have it, it's really a booster for the ferment

1 tblsp sea salt

Filtered/spring water

 Method

 Simply peel and slice the beetroot into thin pieces and place them in the jar, topping up with the whey, salt and water until the jar is full. 

  1. Keep the jar at room temperature for 2-3 days and then transfer somewhere cool, ideally the fridge but if you live in Ireland, any storage that’s unheated in winter will do. 
  2. Drink a glass in the morning, diluted with water 50/50, and one in the evening. Depending on your usual bodily functions, you should notice a difference in your digestion and therefore your energy levels in a few days. 
  3. When the jar is almost empty of liquid, top it up again with fresh water and leave it at room temperature for 2-3 days and repeat the process until the colour goes out of the water. Then begin a new batch from scratch. 

 Fermenting fans in Dublin, I'm sorry but my class in Airfield in Dublin is Sold Out!! Great news that so many people are getting into food fermenting. 

Limerick and nearby fermenters can come to my workshop next week at Hook and Ladder on November 5th at 7pm. Click on the link and book a spot. 

 

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