Monday 16 September (12pm – 2pm)
Join our Community Food team and learn the traditional art of making your own probiotic-rich fermented foods including chrain, pickled cucumbers and celeriac, apple and mustard seed kraut. If eaten regularly, probiotics can have real benefits for your gut health.
We will also be joined by inspirational guest speakers Emily and Rob Stevenson, founders of the Beach Guardian community interest company. Beach Guardian support community-led remote beach clean-ups and conduct educational workshops with schools and other groups.
This workshop is free to attend, please follow the link below to reserve your place.
As part of the Cool Food project, we will be running additional Cool Food workshops throughout September.
Each event will include an inspiring talk from a guest speaker on ways in which people can make a difference to the environment through their diet.
Our Cool Food workshops are open to anyone who has signed up to the Cool Food commitments or those that have an interest in learning more about the project and reducing their carbon footprint.
The Cool Food campaign aims to help at least 1,300 households in the UK and France to make a 20% reduction in their carbon emissions over the course of two years. This could save a massive 153 tonnes of CO2 emissions, which is the amount of carbon it would take to drive to the moon and back.
By making small changes to our diets, we can make a big impact. Make a Cool Food Commitment today and see how you could not only help the planet but your wallet too!