Homebrew How-To #2: Soda
Learn to brew sustainable sodas and ales from seasonal and local ingredients. Explore the simple art of creating delicous, healthful non-alcoholic drinks with two veteran fermenters. We'll demonstrate and discuss many ways to get your bubbles on: yeast and lacto-fermenation, whey, ginger "bug" and other starters. You'll put together a batch of soda to ferment at home and sample a variety of homemade bubblies. Bring: a quart sized mason jar with lid.
Nishanga Bliss is an acupuncturist, writer and teacher who pursues her passion for nutrition through growing, fermenting, sprouting, procuring, cooking, prescribing, blogging, expounding upon and relishing sustainable, local food. Visit her blog at www.gastronicity.blogspot.com.
Vanessa Barrington is a food writer and author of DIY Delicious: Recipes and Ideas for Simple Food from Scratch (Chronicle Books 2010) and co-author of Heirloom Beans (Chronicle Books 2008). She's also a regular contributor to EcoSalon.com and CivilEats.com., and blogs about her own cooking adventures at vanessabarrington.com
This is the second in a two-part series about homebrewing. The first class focused on the basics of making your own beer.
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San Francisco, CA 94110
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