The Lost Art of Homemade Kefir, Kombucha & Yogurt

We will review why these artisanal fermented foods are such an important part of a healthy eating plan and show you how easy  and inexpensive it can be to make these foods at home for yourself and your family.  Suggested $5.00 donation to attend. Childcare will be available.

Wednesday, January 13th, 6:30pm , St. Philip’s Episcopal Church Parish Hall.

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