Yes to Life – a Two Year Journey Starts: April 27 @ 10:00 AM     Ends: April 30 @ 4:00PM
Apr
27
to Apr 29

Yes to Life – a Two Year Journey Starts: April 27 @ 10:00 AM Ends: April 30 @ 4:00PM

Yes to Life

This two year journey is a chance to say yes to the Life's call - to live into the joy and authenticity that is our birthright. Drawing on ancient spiritual traditions and the work of Robert Gonzales, Philip Shepherd, and Marshall Rosenberg, we will form a community of learners, supporting each other in saying Yes to Life.

Central to this journey will be four retreats, each taking place from Thursday through Sunday at the Pendle Hill Retreat Center.

The heart of this two year journey will be four four-day retreats at Pendle Hill. Twelve nights lodging, three nights each retreat, and all meals are included in the cost. In addition to these retreats several opportunities to learn, grow, and integrate our learning have been created. These include:

  • Journaling in response to one question given before and after each retreat;
  • Regular empathy calls with the members of your community over an eighteen month period;
  • Three conference calls with the entire community and both facilitators; and,
  • One individual phone or skype session with one of the facilitators.

In addition, participants will be asked to identify and meet with a local practice group weekly or biweekly for the length of the program. The Yes to Life community and facilitators will support each other in finding practice groups if needed.

In order to support an ongoing sense of cohesion and connection this retreat will be limited to the first 21 registrants.

Key themes are:

1. The Core Principles of Living Compassion

2. The Embodiment of Empathy

3. Dwelling in Living Energy of Needs

4. Cultivating an Integrated Awareness of our Inner Life

5. Recognizing Self-Judgement and Judgment of Others

6. Listening to our Soul, Experiencing our Essence

7. Vulnerability, Wounding, Protective Structures

8. Recognizing the Residue of Trauma in Ourselves or Others and Offering Support to Re-regulate the Nervous System

9. Grounded Experience in the Body

10. Self-Care, Fun and Play

11. Experiencing Wholeness

Registration: Heart to Heart

Event Location

Pendle Hill

338 Plush Mill Rd
Wallingford,, PA 19086

Can't Attend? You can support us by making a donation!

 

Meet the Facilitators
Stephen Michael Tumolo, MA, SEP

Stephen Michael is a coach and trainer in Heart-to-Heart Communication. He is an accredited T'ai Chi Chih instructor and a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner. He has personally studied and is forever indebted to Marshall Rosenberg, Robert Gonzales, Philip Shepherd, and Sister Grace Myerjack, MM. For more on Stephen Michael and Heart-to-Heart go to www.heart2heartinc.org

Janine Harris Degitz

Janine has been studying Non-Violent Communication (NVC) since 2005 with a primary focus on Robert Gonzales's work of Living Compassion. She is a graduate of Robert's 2009-2010 LIFE program and was an assistant for Robert in the 2012-2013 LIFE program in Portland, OR. In addition to NVC Janine has been studying conflict resolution, restorative circles, community building, mediation and restorative justice for the past 19 years. She is currently pursuing her Masters degree in Restorative Practices (MAY 2017) at the International Institute of Restorative Practices in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.

Janine lives in Columbus Ohio with her life partner of 29 years, two children and several hives of bees. Janine regularly facilitates classes and workshops in her community on embodied practices of living compassion. In addition she is the creator and owner of Fermenting Abundance, a certified teacher of The Embodied Present Process as developed by Phillip Shepherd and a teacher mentor of Urban Zen Integrative Therapy. Each of these passions lead Janine in practical ways to support others in sensitizing to their true nature and returning to the wholeness and connection to the passion in their life.

 

 

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5 week - Living Embodied Compassion: Returning to the wholeness of our Being
Sep
20
7:00pm 7:00pm

5 week - Living Embodied Compassion: Returning to the wholeness of our Being

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Everything in life is in relationship. In order for us to show up in the world, and live our life from our deepest values it requires that we live from the inside out, it requires that we contact and become aware of our judgements of others in our everyday life, so that we can come to someone with true nonviolence and compassion.

In the world we all live in it is very helpful to know how to listen to others with differing viewpoints. Not just listen but become nonviolence itself, compassion itself. It is also important to know how to speak what is true for yourself in a way that may be well received by others.

There are practices that we can incorporate into our daily lives that will strengthen the likelihood that we will see each other as fellow human beings instead of enemies. This does not mean we have to agree--it does means we can be in conversation.

With a focus on the spirit of inquiry, Janine will facilitate experiential practices, dyads, meditations and a variety of processes that will support you in core areas of; empathy, somatic mindfulness, decision making and conflict transformation. Join Janine as she combines many years of embodiment practices with her extensive study of Robert Gonzales's work of Living compassion and NonViolent Communication to create a unique exploration of our relationship to life.

 

 

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Wild Fermented Sauerkraut with Fall Farmers Market Vegetables
Oct
8
1:00pm 1:00pm

Wild Fermented Sauerkraut with Fall Farmers Market Vegetables

oin Janine to learn the basics of wild fermentation using the age old technique of preservation through lacto-fermentation. With the natural abundance of early summer cabbage we will use vegetables purchased at the Clintonville Farmers Market to create a beautiful blend for making sauerkraut. Janine will show you the ease, creativity and health benefits of wild fermented foods, while harnessing and preserving the nutrients of the seasonal vegetables available in central Ohio.

Almost everyday there is new research linking the importance of the bacteria and microbes in our digestive system and the connection to our overall health and well being.

Each participant will make their own jar of sauerkraut to take home. In addition you will sample a variety of fermented pickles and kraut. This class is hands-on, fun and full of learning all about preserving your food and adding flavor, nutrients and diversity to your diet.

Registration: The Seasoned Farmhouse

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Water Kefir and Refreshing Natural Sodas
Aug
20
1:00pm 1:00pm

Water Kefir and Refreshing Natural Sodas

Join Janine for a fun afternoon of making water Kefir and natural sodas. Water kefir is a traditional fermented drink rich in beneficial bacteria and enzymes that produces a fizzy refreshing probiotic beverage. The slightly sweet, slightly fermented taste makes the perfect background for flavorings such as local fruit, homemade juice and herbs. 

Water kefir is made with a culture known as Water Kefir Grains (also known as Tibicos, Japanese Water Crystals, etc.), and is typically fermented for 24 to 48 hours in water and sugar.  The culture itself is comprised of bacteria and yeast existing in a symbiotic relationship.  The culture does not contain any grains such as wheat, rye, etc. but rather is referred to as a grain for its crystal grain-like appearance.

We will sample some, make some, flavor some, talk about the fizz, health benefits and versatility. You will learn how to make the kind of soda you can feel good about drinking. All participants will leave with a starter water kefir culture with which to make your own natural soda at home.

You will also have the opportunity to purchase a locally raised water kefir culture to continue the process for many months. In addition to all the fermentation learning, Janine will provide a tasting of her local honey and fermented vegetables.

Register: The Seasoned Farmhouse

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Wild Fermented Sauerkraut with Summer Farmers Market Vegetables
Jul
16
1:00pm 1:00pm

Wild Fermented Sauerkraut with Summer Farmers Market Vegetables

Join Janine to learn the basics of wild fermentation using the age old technique of preservation through lacto-fermentation. With the natural abundance of early summer cabbage we will use vegetables purchased at the Clintonville Farmers Market to create a beautiful blend for making sauerkraut. Janine will show you the ease, creativity and health benefits of wild fermented foods, while harnessing and preserving the nutrients of the seasonal vegetables available in central Ohio.

New research linking the importance of the bacteria and microbes in our digestive system and the connection to our overall health and well being is emerging nearly every day. This research is proving that the food we eat is an essential part of our heath and well being.

Each participant will make their own jar of sauerkraut to take home. In addition you will sample a variety of fermented pickles and kraut. This class is hands-on, fun and full of learning all about preserving your food and adding flavor, nutrients and diversity to your diet.

Register: The Seasoned Farmhouse

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Making Homemade Yogurt at The Seasoned Farmhouse
Mar
26
1:00pm 1:00pm

Making Homemade Yogurt at The Seasoned Farmhouse

Homemade yogurt is a healthy source of protein, calcium, magnesium and other essential vitamins with active bacterial cultures that aid digestion. We will use grass-fed local milk to make rich, creamy, delicious yogurt with equipment found in your kitchens. Each participant will take home a pint of yogurt to use as a multi-generation yogurt culture to create your own yogurt at home.

Lacto fermentation is a traditional way to preserve food and stay healthy. In this class you will learn how lactobacillus and its other bacteria friends make one of our favorite foods: yogurt! We will explore the history, tradition and health benefits of yogurt as well as have a hands-on opportunity to make and taste the yogurt you will take home. BONUS: You will have an opportunity to taste water Kefir and natural soda, both delicious fermented drinks.

 

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Feb
26
1:00pm 1:00pm

Lacto Fermented Kimchi at The Seasoned Farmhouse

Join Janine in learning the basics of wild fermentation using the age old technique of lacto-fermentation. Janine will purchase local vegetables to create a vegan form of Kimchi. The health benefits of kimchi are numerous including; improved digestive health, antioxidant properties and a powerhouse of vitamins, amino acids and minerals. Janine will show you the ease, creativity and health benefits of wild fermented foods, while harnessing and preserving the nutrients of the seasonal vegetables.

Wild fermentation is a low impact way to connect directly to your local food and an easy way to add healthy nutrients to your diet. New research linking the importance of healthy bacteria and microbes in our digestive system and supplementing that through the food we consume, continues to emerge daily. We will taste fermented vegetables, and kimchi in this hands on class and each participant will take home a quart of kimchi to ferment in their home. Please bring an apron.

Hands-on, $65

Registration: The Seasoned Farmhouse

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Naturally Stewarding Honey Bees - an Introduction
Jan
29
to Feb 12

Naturally Stewarding Honey Bees - an Introduction

Join Janine in exploring what is involved in stewarding the honey bee. Some of the many topics covered will be; uncovering the reasons you would like to keep bees, location recommendations for the hive, variety of hive bodies, set up of your hive, financial investment, products of the hive and seasonal timeline for preparing to steward bees. You will have an opportunity to see the tools, explore resources, ask questions and better understand what is required to support you in keeping bees in the coming year. 

Beginning on January 29th, over the course of 3 consecutive weeks, Janine will guide you through an introduction to the first year of beekeeping. For more hands on learning, register for an additional 3 weeks where we will meet in spring, summer and fall - onsite at an apiary - to support your learning with the bees.

Janine lives in Columbus Ohio and currently stewards several hives of honey bees in both urban and rural environments. She and her husband have been beekeeping for the past 9 years and are stewarding a variety of hives using sustainable practices; Top Bar, Langstroth (10 and 8 frame) and a Long Hive. Janine grew up keeping bees with her family in southern Indiana through much of her childhood.

In July 2014, Janine completed a 2 year natural and sustainable bee keeping certification with Gunther Hauk of Spikenard Bee Sanctuary in Floyd Virginia. She continues to travel to Virginia to deepen her studies with Spikenard Bee Sanctuary and biodynamic farming practices. Janine has a passion for honey bees, pollinators of all kinds, honey and the natural world.  Janine currently teaches a unique natural and sustainable beekeeping series at City Folk’s Farm Shop in Columbus Ohio.

REGISTRATION

The City Folks Farm Shop

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Ahimsa: Dissolving Enemy Images through Nonviolent Communication
Jan
23
to Feb 27

Ahimsa: Dissolving Enemy Images through Nonviolent Communication

In this polarized world it is very helpful to know how to listen to others with differing viewpoints. Not just listen but become nonviolence itself, compassion itself. It is also important to know how to speak what is true for yourself in a way that may be well received by others. There are practices that we can incorporate into our daily lives that increase the likelihood that we will see each other as brothers and sisters, not as enemies. This does not mean we have to agree--it does means we can be in conversation. In this 6-week series we will cover practical and powerful exercises drawn from both Nonviolent Communication (NVC) and yoga to delve deeper into our ability to feel compassion toward all beings—especially ones with whom we have conflict or disagreements. This class is for you if you ever have negative judgments about anyone—family members, friends or co-workers, politicians, even yourself. These practices may be especially helpful in this divisive political climate. No NVC or yoga experience necessary to join this class.

Teachers

Marcia Miller and Janine Harris Degitz

Date(s)

Monday January 23rd through February 27th from 5:45p to 7:15p

Registration

http://yogaonhigh.com/workshops-retreats/workshops/ahimsa-dissolving-enemy-images-through-nonviolent-communication

Cost

$99

Location

Yoga on High Teacher Training Institute

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Wild Fermented Sauerkraut with Fall Farmers Market Vegetables
Oct
23
1:00pm 1:00pm

Wild Fermented Sauerkraut with Fall Farmers Market Vegetables

Join Janine in learning the basics of wild fermentation using the age old technique of preservation through lacto-fermentation. With the natural abundance of fall cabbage we will use vegetables purchased at the Clintonville Farmers Market, from local farmers to create a beautiful blend for making sauerkraut. Janine will show you the ease, creativity and health benefits of wild fermented foods, while harnessing and preserving the nutrients of the seasonal vegetables available in central Ohio.

Almost everyday there is new research linking the importance of the bacteria and microbes in our digestive system and the connection to our overall health and well being.

Each participant will make their own jar of sauerkraut to take home. In addition you will sample a variety of fermented pickles and kraut. This class is hands-on, fun and full of learning all about preserving your food and adding flavor, nutrients and diversity to your diet.

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The Seasoned Farmhouse Classes

 

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Introduction to Stewarding Honey Bees Naturally
Oct
2
1:00pm 1:00pm

Introduction to Stewarding Honey Bees Naturally

Do you think you would like to keep bees? Join Janine in exploring what is involved in stewarding honey bees. Topics covered will be; uncovering the reasons you would like to keep bees, location recommendations for the hive, variety of hive bodies, financial investment and seasonal timeline for preparing to steward bees. You will have an opportunity to see the tools, explore resources, ask questions and better understand if keeping bees in the coming year is for you. 

Janine has been stewarding several hives of bees for the past 9 years. She and her partner have a particular focus and training in natural and sustainable methods and are passionate about the environment, pollinators and the gentle honey bee.

This class will introduce you to the basics of stewarding bees. Beginning in January a 6 weeks series will guide you through the first year of beekeeping.

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The City Folks Farm Shop

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Living Embodied Compassion: Returning to the wholeness of our Being
Sep
20
to Oct 25

Living Embodied Compassion: Returning to the wholeness of our Being

Living Embodied Compassion: Returning to the wholeness of our being ~ a 6 week class in Columbus, Ohio led by Janine Harris Degitz

Time: 6:30-8:30 p.m

Date: Tuesdays, September 20th - October 25th ~ 6 week class

Location: Compassionate Communication Center of Ohio - Maynard Avenue Church

Description: Join Janine in exploring embodied practices of the core principles of Living Compassion, as developed by Robert Gonzales.

This class is an opportunity to co-create a community of individuals that will support each other to access the beauty of the life force present in all of us as we bring compassion to our inner life experience. Through embodied exercises we will strengthen our capacity for living life fully, grounded in the present, where our relationship to life is the foundation.

Through guided meditations and small group exercises - with a focus on the spirit of inquiry. Janine will facilitate experiential practices that will guide you to the felt sense of the living energy inherent in needs.

This class is for people who have had in-person training experience with Compassionate-Nonviolent Communication (NVC) and/or with Robert Gonzales' training in Living Compassion

Janine's experience with Compassionate Communication (NVC):

Janine has been studying Non-Violent Communication (NVC) since 2005 with a primary focus on Robert Gonzales's work of Living Compassion. She is a graduate of Robert's 2009-2010 LIFE program and was an assistant for Robert in the 2012-2013 LIFE program in Portland, OR.  She has spent over 700 hours practicing and supporting Robert and his work. In addition to NVC Janine has been studying conflict resolution, restorative circles, community building, mediation and restorative justice for the past 19 years.  She is currently pursuing her Masters degree in Restorative Practices at the International Institute of Restorative Practices in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.

Registration

Compassionate Communication Center of Ohio

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Water Kefir and Refreshing Natural Sodas
Aug
21
1:00pm 1:00pm

Water Kefir and Refreshing Natural Sodas

Join Janine for a fun afternoon of making water Kefir and natural sodas. Water kefir is a traditional fermented drink rich in beneficial bacteria and enzymes that produces a fizzy refreshing probiotic beverage. The slightly sweet, slightly fermented taste makes the perfect background for flavorings such as local fruit, homemade juice and herbs. 

Water kefir is made with a culture known as Water Kefir Grains (also known as Tibicos, Japanese Water Crystals, etc.), and is typically fermented for 24 to 48 hours in water and sugar.  The culture itself is comprised of bacteria and yeast existing in a symbiotic relationship.  The culture does not contain any grains such as wheat, rye, etc. but rather is referred to as a grain for its crystal grain-like appearance.

We will sample some, make some, flavor some, talk about the fizz, health benefits and versatility. You will learn how to make the kind of soda you can feel good about drinking. All participants will leave with a starter water kefir culture with which to make your own natural soda at home.

You will also have the opportunity to purchase a locally raised water kefir culture to continue the process for many months. In addition to all the fermentation learning, Janine will provide a tasting of her local honey and fermented vegetables.

 

 

 

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Wild Fermented Sauerkraut with Summer Farmers Market Vegetables
Jun
26
1:00pm 1:00pm

Wild Fermented Sauerkraut with Summer Farmers Market Vegetables

Join Janine to learn the basics of wild fermentation using the age old technique of preservation through lacto-fermentation. With the natural abundance of early summer cabbage we will use vegetables purchased at the Clintonville Farmers Market to create a beautiful blend for making sauerkraut. Janine will show you the ease, creativity and health benefits of wild fermented foods, while harnessing and preserving the nutrients of the seasonal vegetables available in central Ohio.

Almost everyday there is new research linking the importance of the bacteria and microbes in our digestive system and the connection to our overall health and well being.

Each participant will make their own jar of sauerkraut to take home. In addition you will sample a variety of fermented pickles and kraut. This class is hands-on, fun and full of learning all about preserving your food and adding flavor, nutrients and diversity to your diet.

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Lacto Fermented Kimchi at The Seasoned Farmhouse
Mar
20
2:00pm 2:00pm

Lacto Fermented Kimchi at The Seasoned Farmhouse

Join Janine in learning the basics of wild fermentation using the age old technique of lacto-fermentation. Janine will purchase local vegetables to create a vegan form of Kimchi. The health benefits of kimchi are numerous including; improved digestive health, antioxidant properties and a powerhouse of vitamins, amino acids and minerals. Janine will show you the ease, creativity and health benefits of wild fermented foods, while harnessing and preserving the nutrients of the seasonal vegetables available in central Ohio.

Wild fermentation is a low impact way to connect directly to your local food and an easy way to add healthy nutrients to your diet. New research linking the importance of healthy bacteria and microbes in our digestive system and supplementing that through the food we consume continues to emerge daily.

REGISTRATION

The Seasoned Farmhouse Classes

 

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Making Yogurt at The Seasoned Farmhouse
Mar
5
2:00pm 2:00pm

Making Yogurt at The Seasoned Farmhouse

Lacto fermentation is a traditional way to preserve food and stay healthy. In this class you will learn how lactobacillus and its other bacteria friends make one of our favorite foods: yogurt! We will explore the history, tradition and health benefits of yogurt as well as have a hands-on opportunity to make yogurt for you to take home.

Homemade yogurt is a healthy source of protein, calcium, magnesium and other essential vitamins with active bacterial cultures that aid digestion. We will use grass-fed local milk to make rich, creamy, delicious yogurt with equipment found in your kitchens. Each participant will take home a pint of yogurt to use as a multi-generation yogurt culture to create your own yogurt at home. BONUS: You will also taste water Kefir and natural soda, both delicious fermented drinks.

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The Seasoned Farmhouse Classes

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An Embodied Practice of Living Compassion - 6 week class
Jan
17
to Feb 21

An Embodied Practice of Living Compassion - 6 week class

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Join Janine in exploring and embodying the core principles  of Living Compassion, as developed by Robert Gonzales. This class is an opportunity to co-create a community of individuals that will support each other to access the beauty and mystery of the life force present in all of us as we bring compassion to our inner life experience. 

Janine will lead experiential practices that will lead you to the embodied living energy inherent in needs, and identify the structures that prevent you from accessing your essential Life Force.   

This class is for people who have had in-person training experience with Compassionate-Nonviolent Communication (NVC) and/or with Robert Gonzales' training in Living Compassion.

Date and Time:
6 consecutive Sundays
January 17 - February 21, 2016: 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Fee Request:
$110/person: Early bird rate through Dec. 27th

REGISTRATION

Compassionate Communication Center of Ohio.

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Natural and Sustainable Stewarding of Honey Bees - 6 week series
Jan
16
to Jan 30

Natural and Sustainable Stewarding of Honey Bees - 6 week series

If you have been thinking about becoming a beekeeper or are interested in the practice of natural beekeeping this timely class is for you. Janine will offer you the basics of keeping bees including bee behavior, time commitment, equipment choices and seasonal tasks. She will discuss why you may want to consider stewarding your bees with natural and sustainable practices.

The first three of the 6 class series will occur in January and February and the remaining 3 classes will be held at Janine's local hives. You will be guided through hive selection, location options, acquiring your bees, setup, tools and seasonal tasks.

Week 1: Explore the honey bee life cycle and nature of the hive, different hive choices, tools and more.

Week 2: Get a hands on look at the tools, discuss seasonal tasks and how to procure your first hive of bees.

Week 3: Installing your bees, observing and more seasonal observations, extracting honey, planting for your new pollinators.

Week 4 - 6: Hands on visits to Janine's local hives to observe the changes in the hives. The visits will be timed to observe spring, summer and fall activity in the hive.

REGISTRATION

The City Folks Farm Shop

 

Join Janine in her passion for bees, pollinators, honey and the natural world.

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Basics of Stewarding Honey Bees Naturally
Nov
19
6:30pm 6:30pm

Basics of Stewarding Honey Bees Naturally

Do you think you would like to keep bees? Join Janine and Tim in exploring what is involved in keeping bees. Topics covered will be; why you would like to keep bees, location recommendations for the hive,  variety of hives bodies, financial investment and seasonal timeline for preparing to steward bees. Janine and Tim have been stewarding 5 hives of bees for the past 8 years and their focus is on natural and sustainable methods.

This class will introduce you to the basic information about keeping bees. Beginning in January a 6 weeks series will begin guiding you through the first year of keeping bees.

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Oct
18
2:00pm 2:00pm

Wild Fermented Sauerkraut with Fall Farmers Market Vegetables

Join Janine in learning the basics of wild fermentation using the age old technique of preservation through lacto-fermentation. With the natural abundance of fall cabbage we will use vegetables purchased at the Clintonville Farmers Market from local farmers to create a beautiful blend for making sauerkraut. Janine will show you the ease, creativity and health benefits of wild fermented foods, while harnessing and preserving the nutrients of the seasonal vegetables available in central Ohio.

Almost everyday there is new research linking the importance of the bacteria and microbes in our digestive system and the connection to our overall health and well being.

Each participant will make their own jar of sauerkraut to take home. In addition you will sample a variety of fermented pickles and kraut. This class is hands-on, fun and full of learning all about preserving your food and adding flavor, nutrients and diversity to your diet.

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Sep
20
3:00pm 3:00pm

Panel Discussion - Documentary - More than Honey


Studio 35, 3055 Indianola Ave, Columbus 43202
This award winning documentary addresses the complex issue of "Colony Collapse Disorder" and what we can do about it. Join us to learn how to advocate and care for our local bees. Panelists are Janine Harris Degitz, bee advocate & educator, Susan Weber of Integrity Sustainable Design, Barr& Carmen of Conrad Hive and Honey, Steve Barrish, OSU & Urban Beekeeper, moderated by community organizer and urban farmer Trish Clark. Raffle, Ohio Native seeds, Barley’s craft beer! A partnership of Studio 35, Simply Living, Clintonville Community Market & Barleys. Donation $5 ($10 donation includes film & 6 raffle tickets).

 

 

 

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Sep
13
5:30pm 5:30pm

Wine and Brine Water Kefir

Wine and Brine - Join Janine in a small group for an intimate evening of wine, local cheese, Janine’s honey, local bread, fermented pickles and plenty of fermentation learning. This time around, we will focus on water kefir. We’ll sample some, make some, flavor some, talk about the fizz, the second fermentation process the health benefits and the versatility. You will learn how to make the kind of soda you can feel good about drinking. All participants will leave with a starter water kefir culture with which to make your own batches at home.

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