Due to slow registration, “Bitter: The Lost Flavour” class has been cancelled.
Bitter: The Lost Flavour
(Everyday Herbalism with Monica Juhas)
Did you know that bitter foods play a crucial role in human health?
So why has this complex flavour been abandoned in our modern diets?
Join us for a conversation exploring our human interaction with the bitter flavour, from evolutionary, scientific, emotional and spiritual perspectives.
- gain a deeper understanding of how bitter foods support digestion, vitality and more
- learn common, easy-to-identify bitter plants which you can harvest locally
- take home surprisingly simple and delicious recipes you can incorporate into your life to enjoy more of the bitter flavour
- try samples of some of Monica’s favourite everyday recipes
If you like to eat food and be healthy, this workshop is for you!
Monica Juhas runs a local gardening service called Garden Understories. Besides being a professional gardener for 15 years, she is a folk herbalist, mother, wild food forager, and general plant person who creates food, gardens, medicine and art from the plants around us. She is an Organic Master Gardener and has studied herbalism with many gifted teachers, both human and non-human. Most of all, she is passionate about sharing simple, safe and satisfying ways to bring the outdoors into our hearts and homes.
Please register at least 2 weeks in advance and pay at the time of registration. You may register in person at our Customer Service desk, or by phone: 250-354-4077 x 205. Please pay by credit card when registering by phone.
To keep classes personal and interactive, size is limited to 12 people. Views expressed by this presenter do not necessarily represent those of the Kootenay Co-op.
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