A traditional Japanese breakfast consists of a compelling array of small dishes. Fermented foods such as miso, natto and tsukemono (lacto-fermented vegetables) play starring roles. In this class, Heidi Nestler of Wanpaku Natto, will talk about the health benefits of these foods- and an overview of how to make them from scratch. Heidi will make and share recipes and offer samples. And while green tea is the beverage of choice with breakfast, Heidi will serve a healthy non-caffeinated Japanese herbal tea in class. All food and drink are gluten-free.
Registration required, $15-25 sliding scale per ticket.
We are committed to making our classes accessible to folks of all income levels and financial situations while ensuring that our instructors are compensated fairly for their time, effort, expertise, and materials. If this class is interesting or useful to you but you can't swing the fee, please be in touch with us and we'll work something out. You can email firstname.lastname@example.org for scholarship inquiries.
The Community Room is located on the 2nd floor up a flight of stairs. It is also accessible by elevator lift--just let a cashier know you need to use it and they will help you!