After years of wanting to do this, but not having the confidence to venture forward with the idea, now, after receiving much encouragement from those around me, in less than two weeks time I will be running my first Knowledge Sharing Session at a local Neighbourhood House. Yes, I am a little nervous, but I am also a little excited! So I thought I would share what we will be doing in the first session. It will be all about sauerkraut, or as they call it in France, choucroute, and we may even touch on growing your own cabbages at home.
Sauerkraut or choucroute, has become increasingly popular in recent times. It’s seen as a way to improve gut health, easing digestive symptoms and supporting your immune system by adding probiotics and enzymes to your diet.
I just love toasted sourdough with a little Dijon mustard and melted cheese, topped with sauerkraut for breakfast each day.
The other great benefit of making sauerkraut, and one that I think sometimes gets ignored in these times, is that it is a fabulous way of preserving cabbage when it’s in season. I love to use this sauerkraut to make delicious, warming, comfort food during the colder months of the year
For those who would like to know how easy it is to make sauerkraut, I will be running a session in the Community Kitchen at Segue – Stratford’s Neighborhood House & Arts Café, in nearby Stratford this month. All details are below for anyone who might be interested in attending.
You will find a link to ticketing below.
I will also be sharing some of the recipes that I make, using sauerkraut, here on my blog, in the next few weeks.
So until then
Links and Ticketing:
- Let’s Make Sauerkraut
- Thursday 16 June – Segue – Stratford’s Neighborhood House & Arts Café, Stratford, Vic