Food Conspiracy Co-op To Offer Series of Homesteading Classes

While juicing and making smoothies aren’t the first things that come to mind with regards to Homesteading, which Wikipedia defines as a lifestyle of self-sufficiency, the four classes offered as part of the Food Conspiracy Co-op’s April series, Homesteading 101, are something you might want to check out. This is especially true if you’ve had any interest in learning how to properly sprout or ferment foods (think kimchi), make cheese, or juice.

The Benefits of Juicing and Smoothies
When & Where: 1pm – 2pm, April 5th
Cost: $5

Fermentation: Making Traditional Kim Chi
When & Where: 1pm – 2pm, April 12th
Cost: $5

Sprouting: The Art of Gardening in A Jar
When & Where: 1pm – 2:30pm, April 19th
Cost: $5

Cheesemaking at Home
When & Where: 1pm – 2pm, April 26th
Cost: $5

All classes take place at the Hoff Building at 425 E. Seventh St., Tucson, AZ, 85705.

For more information, visit the Food Conspiracy Co-op Homesteading 101 page.

Adam Lehrman started Tucson Foodie in late 2008 as a way to track his search for the best food Tucson had to offer.

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