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Time: October 18, 2012 from 8pm to 9:30pm
Street: 1025 Commercial Drive,
Website or Map: http://www.canadafoodsecurity…
Event Neighbourhood and Type: commercial, drive, lecture
Organized By: Raoul Bedi
Latest Activity: Oct 18, 2012
Description: Discover the amazing benefits of the ancient practice of fermenting food, not only for preservation but for good nutrition. Lecture by Kim Hartke.
- Why fermented foods are a valuable addition to your diet
- True stories of people who overcame health issues just with food
- why cultured raw milk is a superfood with healing power
- the importance of enzymes for digestion and metabolism
- why home preservation is safe
- the flaws of government dietary guidelines
- Take home recipes for making your own cultured foods
Time: Thursday , October 18, 2012 , 8PM
Place: Eternal Abundance Organic Food store/ Vegan Cafe, 1025 Commercial Dr. (@Napier), Vancouver
Fee : $15 ( plus Fees) by October 17, 2012 (Seating is limited please register early to guarantee a seat )
$20 at the door (if seats are available). Payment is by Paypal, MC or VISA .
Info : 604-239-2581
http://www.canadafoodsecurity.info (event poster is on front page)
About the speaker: Kimberly Hartke is a distinguished blogger who writes about nutrition , Food Security and Farmer's Right's issues . Her website www.hartkeisonline.com is ranked as one of the top Food Security websites worldwide. Over 450,00 visitors from 200 countries have discovered her blog which features real food recipes, small farm stories, food news, opinion editorials and guest blogs by some of the leading voices for sustainable farming and alternative health. Kimberly is a founding blogger with RealFoodMedia.com, which boasts a staggering 1,149,000 unique visitors monthly.