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Kimchi College with Dr Caroline Gilmartin

In this Every-Good-Thing-roadshow workshop, you’ll make your own kimchi according to an authentic 1-litre Korean recipe.  You will learn the basic principles of fermentation, the difference between pickling and fermenting and live and dead foods and find out what’s really going on in that jar.

Explore how these foods can be good for you, learn how to carry out the process safely and taste various different ferments along the way.  You’ll also learn how to apply the principles to your own choices and combinations of vegetables, and Caroline will demonstrate some other fail-safe fermenting methods.  The workshop will be followed by  a mini feast of kimchi-based goodies!

Dr Caroline Gilmartin is a fermenting specialist with a background in microbiology and genetics. Caroline is fascinated by how clever microbes are, both those living in our guts, and probiotics in fermented foods. She is on a mission to get Bristol behind Every Good Thing, which supplies fermented foods including Kimchi, Curtido, Sauerkraut and Kefir to some of Bristol’s loveliest shops and cafés.

If you want to learn more from Caroline, grab a £5 ticket for her for a Brain Snack session on the Gut-Brain Connection earlier that day!

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    Kimchi College with Dr Caroline Gilmartin

    Theme: Festival Hub, Workshops and Demos
    Venue: Colston Hall
    On: Saturday 15th June
    Time: 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
    Address: Restaurant Space, Ground Floor, Colston Hall, Colston Street, Bristol BS1 5AR
    Cost: £30

    In this Every-Good-Thing-roadshow workshop, you’ll make your own kimchi according to an authentic 1-litre Korean recipe.  You will learn the basic principles of fermentation, the difference between pickling and fermenting and live and dead foods and find out what’s really going on in that jar.

    Explore how these foods can be good for you, learn how to carry out the process safely and taste various different ferments along the way.  You’ll also learn how to apply the principles to your own choices and combinations of vegetables, and Caroline will demonstrate some other fail-safe fermenting methods.  The workshop will be followed by  a mini feast of kimchi-based goodies!

    Dr Caroline Gilmartin is a fermenting specialist with a background in microbiology and genetics. Caroline is fascinated by how clever microbes are, both those living in our guts, and probiotics in fermented foods. She is on a mission to get Bristol behind Every Good Thing, which supplies fermented foods including Kimchi, Curtido, Sauerkraut and Kefir to some of Bristol’s loveliest shops and cafés.

    If you want to learn more from Caroline, grab a £5 ticket for her for a Brain Snack session on the Gut-Brain Connection earlier that day!

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