SLICE in Stoneybatter will host an ‘Introduction to Fermentation’ evening on Thursday the 6th April. The class will be given by Ailbhe Walsh.
Ailbhe “has worked at the Fumbally making ferments and hosting workshops over the last two years and is currently expanding her knowledge on the world of microorganisms whilst completing an Msc in nutrition food and health in UCD”, according to the folks at SLICE. The organisers promise “a fun informative evening where nibbles and fermented drinks will be served while the demonstration of the fascinating process of fermentation takes place”.
Fermentation is an ancient cooking technique that has gained popularity in recent years, due to its complex flavours and untold health benefits. The process is used in many foods: from beer, wine, tea, coffee and chocolate to kombucha, kimchi and sauerkraut.
It’s health benefit claims range from weight loss, to immune system boosting, to cancer prevention and beyond.
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