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Beyond Yogurt

…The Artful Science of Cultured Milk

Learn to Make Cultured Milk

Start Culturing Your Own Milk

A morning of discussion, information, hands-on learning and cheese-tasting!

  • Learn the simple steps to making yogurt, cultured buttermilk and kefir at home
  • See it in action, with in-class demonstrations
  • Find out the difference between thermophillic and mesophillic cultures
  • Learn how to cultivate them safely in your own kitchen
  • Taste flavorful samples
  • Take home recipes for dressings, dips, smoothies and breads using cultured milk

DETAILS
Ludeman’s Farm & Garden Center
Saturday, November 3, 2012
9:30 to Noon
Admission $10
Get directions

(Call (503) 646-6409 to sign up.)

THE TEACHER
Dori Oliver created the Nourishing Foodways blog in 2011 from a deep desire to share about food and connect with people. She’s struggled with health problems all her life; today she continues to manage a chronic, longterm illness – yet through study, trial and error, intuition, and the help of supportive health professionals, she’s found clarity on how to live a truly well life.

Raw milk, and the cultured milk that’s made from it, have been integral parts of Dori’s own healing journey. In her home kitchen and on her blog, she endeavors to source her ingredients from:

  • Local, organic and sustainable family farmers, fishermen, and producers
  • Fair-trade, traditional, artisanal, and nutrient-dense foods
  • Co-operatives and other responsible, ethical, community-centered businesses
"These ingredients truly nourish me - body, mind, and spirit. They connect me to forces larger than myself, and they raise-up others
in my community."

She’s honored to be sharing the empowering, health-giving experiences of her own life on her blog, in her workshops, and (this November) in partnership with Healing Ponds Farm at Ludeman’s Farm & Garden Center.

Join Dori at the Ludeman’s Farm & Garden Center for an informal, thorough, question-friendly class, and give yourself a head start on cultured milk.

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About Healing Ponds Farm

Healing Ponds is 40 acres in Buxton, OR. Our farm store, Ludemans Farm & Garden Center, is in Beaverton. We do open-pollinated seeds, pastured eggs and meats, raw milk herd shares, chicks and a lot of other things.

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