Food As Medicine – Kellie Jordan

Love Your Guts

Sunday, March 26

10 – 4

Kellie Jordan, instructor

Feeling sluggish after this year’s holiday excess? Tired in the morning, and just can’t seem to get going without your 3, 4, even 5 cups of coffee? Me too! Except that was five years ago for me; I figured out how to make small changes in my life and eating that made a big difference in how I felt in my body. Come meet me, Kellie Jordan of Get Bubbly. I am so interested in gut health that I eat ferments at every single meal- and sometimes just for fun! Come learn the easy way to hack ferments so that achieving gut health and equilibrium is easy and fun instead of another chore on your to-do list. Learn how to DIY simple superfoods that end up making a big cumulative difference. 

Come to the love your guts Workshop. Learn the basics of fermentation and how to forage spring greens that add interest and mutli-faceted detox support to old standards like Kimchi and Kraut. Come discuss meal planning for ease and health, and bring your notebooks! You get to leave that day with a ferment in hand and a plan for wellness.

Kellie Jordan

I am super excited about ferments. About 10 years ago, I read the book Real Food, by Nina Planck, and it opened my eyes to a {very} different way of eating. From there, I bumped into the Weston A. Price Foundation and learned about whole, traditional foods and preserving the harvest with salt.

I’ve been fermenting ever since! During the growing season, I put up Veggies in the reliable standards of Krauts, Kimchis and Dillies, as well as trying new ideas for Slaws, Noodles and Sticks with a priobiotic kick. I do Fruits in Chutneys and quick Pickles, and use the trimmed bits as flavor in Water Kefir and second-ferment Kombucha.

In the off-season, I focus more on teaching the basics of brewing Beverages like Kefir, Kombucha and Ginger Beer, but these also shine during the warmer months when you have access to fruits for extra flavor and variety.

I’m so glad you’re here to learn more about fermenting! Life is one giant Experiment, after all.