Get Cultered! How To Ferment Anything — On Sale Through May 31

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In days past, before refrigeration was invented, lacto-fermentation was the method used to preserve food.  Lactic acid is a natural preservative that inhibits putrefying bacteria. Foods could stay fresh longer when they were fermented in this way. With our modern conveniences, we have forgotten the wisdom of lactic acid fermentation and the benefits to our health. Take Jenny’s online class, Get Cultured and relearn this wisdom.

Beneficial bacterial are our friends

Humans reaped the benefits of this method of preservation by eating these foods and hosting the good bacteria. Eating these naturally preserved foods aids the human digestive system in many ways. First and foremost, we are able to maintain large populations of beneficial bacteria in our gut simply by eating cultured foods. Most people who do this, will not require a probiotic supplement.

The beneficial bacteria, yeasts, fungi, viruses and even worms that inhabit our intestines are old friends. They are supposed to live there, having evolved inside of us over hundreds of thousands of years. They do much for us and in return we give them home and hearth. These microscopic critters are our friends and as such must be treated with respect and  generosity.

Modern lifestyle has reduced our friends dramatically

Over the course of the past hundred years, with urbanization, better sanitation, refrigeration and better living conditions, we have become more sterilized. Conventional attitudes have a firm belief in the germ theory and medicine quickly responds to the slightest sniffle with an antibiotic. We have done a good job in killing off potential pathogens, but also our beneficial bacteria as well.

Additionally, with the advent of refrigeration it was no longer necessary to ferment foods in order to preserve them. However, the symbiotic nature of our relationship with our microflora was not taken into account and most of us are depleted and out of balance, because we do not have the volume of beneficial bacteria we need.

Get Cultured!

The best way to reinoculate ourselves with beneficial bacteria is to eat cultured foods. There are so many to learn how to make at home! From the most common yogurt to more esoteric brining of vegetables, salsa, chutneys and condiments — most foods can be fermented — their shelf live lengthened without chemical preservatives, and most importantly, the beneficial bacteria is created.

Jenny, from Nourished Kitchen is slashing the price of her fabulous class, Get Cultured! This promotion is on now through May 22nd.

What you’ll get in this class:

  • 14 Comprehensive, Multimedia Online Lessons
  • Exclusive Interview with Donna Gates, founder and author of the Body Ecology Diet.
  • 52 Online Video Tutorials Teaching you how to ferment anything from yogurt to ketchup, salad dressings, sauerkraut and more.
  • Over 100 Recipes for Naturally Fermented Foods so that you’re always prepared to serve your family natural, enzyme- and vitamin-rich foods.
  • Over 60 Print Tutorials that you can go back to time and time again.
  • Get Cultured! A 36-page e-book detailing some of my favorite vegetable ferments.
  • Recorded Conference Calls so you can get your questions answered over the phone with Jenny.
  • Premium Instructor Support
  • Downloadable Print Materials to Take Notes & Organize Your Recipes
  • Sample Shopping Lists and Equipment Recommendations.
  • Discounts from companies I know, use and trust.

This is an amazing learning experience and an amazing sale! The retail price is $197. That has been slashed by $50.00 to $147.00.

But wait! If you use coupon code WEBINAR you will save an additional $50.00 for a final price of $97.00!!

That’s a steal folks. Don’t miss this extraordinary savings. You will have 24/7 access to these learning materials for life! You can go back anytime and review the materials. Jenny also gives phone support. You just can’t go wrong here.

You will never have to wonder if the ferment went “right”. You will never have to throw out food again because you are not sure it is good.

Register for Get Cultured! How to Ferment Anything

Jenny is offering a  $50.00 off coupon code that is good through May 31.

  • Original price: $197.00
  • Sale price: $147.00
  • Price with coupon: $97.00 — less than $7.50 per class!

Use code WEBINAR at check out for the $50.00 discount.

Watch the video for more information about the class!

Act now! — If you order today you will also receive the e-book Get Cultured! Probiotic Recipes from Nourished Kitchen.

Click here to find out more about the class and to register

Join Jenny in a free Webinar about this class!

Click here to Register for the free Webinar for this class

The Webinar will be held Friday May 18 at 1:00 – 2:00 PM Eastern Standard Time

Join traditional foods and fermentation educator Jenny McGruther of for an in-depth webinar covering safe, effective and practical tips for fermentation.  Participants will learn how to choose fermentation equipment for all budgets, how to ensure ferments are safe, how to minimize contamination from stray microbes, as well as learn how ferments can be integrated into daily meals.

The Webinar has limited spots so don’t wait to register for that. You will get a good idea about what the class is like from the webinar.

Register here for the free Webinar.

If you do not have the time or desire to learn this art, we have a great supplier of fermented vegetables and juices here.

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  • amber June 10, 2012, 12:17 am

    This is so great, Jill. You are such a powerhouse of information. I thank you for educating me on so many things. You’re the best!

    Thanks for sharing with us on AFW. I always look forward to your awesome posts and recipes.

    Have a great rest of your weekend.


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