Healthy Holiday Stuffings, Sides and Starters

November 8, 2010 at 4:30 am 1 comment

Where:
The East End Food Co-op
7516 Meade Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15208

When:
November 11th 7:00 p.m.

Tired of the same old candied yams and string bean casserole? This class is for you. We will explore some healthy alternatives that are tasty, seasonal and easy to prepare including fabulous fennel, crazy cruciferous veggies with a tahini miso sauce , and a sweet pear and arugula salad that is sure to be a conversation piece. Not only that, find out how some of ingredients we will be using can help to build your immunity for the winter cold and flu season. Don’t miss this one. The event will be canceled if there are not enough advance reservations so call the East End Food Coop to reserve your seat at 412-242-3598 press #5 for customer service. See you there!

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  • 1. Gwenn Gilchrist  |  November 11, 2010 at 10:14 pm

    I just began my kombucha brewing and made the mistake of putting a metal teaspoon into the brew to taste it. I don’t know what to do. Throw it all out and start again? Is my mother scoby contaminated now? The spoon only touched the baby and the tea. I also have a question about how to strain the tea after taking out the scoby’s. How is everyone doing this without using a strainer made of metal? Do they make plastic fine mesh strainers? Iill the tea that pours through the metal sieve be destroyed by touching metal? Help!!!

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