Adding a daily dose of fermented foods to your diet can have an extraordinary effect on your health.
It has been shown to promote digestive ease for people suffering with inflammatory disorders, help manage sugar and carb cravings, decrease incidence of allergies and sensitivities and generally boost the immune system, contributing to an overall sense of well-being.
Motivated by an unquestionable belief that food is medicine and that what we eat can promote great healing or cause great harm, The Cultured Club fermentation advocate and author Dearbhla Reynolds encourages you to turn simple ingredients into superfoods using one of the world’s oldest methods of food preservation.
At The Cultured Club, you can gather to ferment, to eat, to learn, to listen, to share in the many ways our gut health shapes our well being in a realaxed environment. From basic fermentation techniques with seasonal ingredients to research from experts and flavours from guest chefs, we bring you a programme that will educate, fill a jar and tickle your taste buds. Imagine how your microbes will look a year from now as you join us through the seasons to get cultured. We promise to get you excited about this ancient skill and restore a sense of vitality.
“Book of the Year 2016” John Mc Kenna
Fermented foods are good for you.
They are a power house of nutrition and probiotic goodness making health easy, affordable and delicious. Gathering to make and enjoy these foods together offers a genuine opportunity to connect with like minds. Isolation is worse for our health than smoking or obesity. Sharing with each other and connecting is critical for our health and longevity.