at Charlestown Multi Purpose Centre
Tuesday, 25 July 2017 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM + Add to calendar25/07/2017 19:0025/07/2017 21:00Australia/SydneyFermenting for DanFermenting for Dan Tuesday, 25 July 2017 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (AUS Eastern Standard Time) Organiser Alyssa Gill 02 4961 4075 firstname.lastname@example.org Address Charlestown Multi Purpose Centre 17 James Street Charlestown Lake Macquarie 2290 Australia Event web page: https://www.stickytickets.com.au/54210/fermenting_for_dan.aspxCharlestown Multi Purpose Centre
17 James Street
Charlestown Lake Macquarie 2290
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Do you want to learn how to naturally ferment or culture your own food, but have no idea where to begin?
Owner and Head Chef of Apothecary Kitchen, Ben Armstrong and leading Naturopath from Mullen Health, Peter Mullen have come together to show you how to create beautiful, health-boosting fermented foods and share the benefits of fermented foods on your gut health. The pair are fermenting to raise money for the family of Apothecary Kitchen’s previous Head Chef, Dan, who has been diagnosed with cancer.
This hands-on demonstration will give you the skills and tools you need to ferment some of our favourite recipes at home, including:
Tickets are limited and are just $70/person, with all proceeds donated to help Dan and his family.
When: 7pm, Tuesday 25 July 2017
Where: Charlestown Multi Purpose Centre, 17 James St, Charlestown
Book online or call Mullen Natural Health Centre's reception on 02 4961 4075.
If the event is booked out, contact us and we will discuss other options.
As part of the night and to raise funds for Dan, we will also be having a raffle. Prizes are listed below.
Lucky Door Prize
Apothecary Kitchen will be teaching our lucky door prize winner how to care for your first wild fermented sauerkraut made from Pillidge Farm cabbages. Over the 21 days that it takes to make fermented vegetables, you will receive 3 home visits to inspect and discuss your ferment as well as delivery of fresh healthy food from Apothecary Kitchen each visit. On the final visit, we will go through the long term storage of your sauerkraut as well as help you put down a fresh batch for you to tend yourself.
About the organisers:
Apothecary Kitchen on Beaumont St is a haven of beautiful, fresh food and a reputation for great coffee and friendly and warm staff. Offering both eat-in and take away food, Ben's team focuses on making everything from scratch using top quality, local ingredients, served as delicious soups, salads, breakfasts, baked treats or other fresh dishes.
Mullen Natural Health Centre
Have you been living with a health condition for years that hasn’t responded to conventional medicine effectively? Or are you simply not feeling your best?
Mullen Natural Health Centre brings together 53 years of combined natural health and naturopathy knowledge and experience to help you to be well, naturally. Mullen Health's Naturopaths bring together the best of scientific evidence and traditional medicine to find and create a unique plan to treat your underlying conditions.