If you’re not living full time under a rock, you know how important gut flora is to your overall health, and that fermented foods are some of the best ways to keep that balance ideal. Not to mention some of the most delicious foods with the richest and most diverse histories are fermented (that whole preservation prior to refrigeration thing was pretty key).
Local farmer’s market darlings, Simply Seoul, will bring some fermentation education your way. And though they’re known across the city for their amazing traditional Korean cabbage ferment – kimchi – you’ll discover all about the various fermentation practices in everything from vegetable ferments to dairy ferments (kefir, yogurt), bread, beer, wine and more! We’ll also cover the hows and whys of fermentation’s health benefits and help you determine the best place for you to integrate ferments into your diet – or discover something you haven’t tried before!
About the Instructor:
Simply Seoul is an Atlanta based business that makes all natural, vegan kimchi, Korean BBQ steam buns and Korean BBQ sauces. Simply Seoul sources the finest ingredients, including locally grown organic produce. The inspiration of Simply Seoul comes from family traditions of artisanal Korean food that is simple and traditional.
We can be found at farmer's markets around the Metro Atlanta area serving up hand crafted steam buns with local, organic Korean BBQ. We also have seasonal varieties of kimchi. Our most popular Napa Cabbage Kimchi is most Atlanta big natural foods stores.
Kimchi is a traditional Korean dish that is a staple of all Korean cuisine. There are over 200 kinds of kimchi made of many different types of cultured vegetables and seasonings. Its has joined the ranks of one of the world's healthiest foods because of its probiotics and has also become a favorite foods of gourmands worldwide.