We like to think that if you could measure fame in the fermented cabbage community, being asked to teach your sauerkraut process would be a pretty good indicator!
Last month we had the exciting opportunity to share our skills in cabbage fermentation with the students at the Food Science class from the Agriculture Stream at Fraser High School.
This cool group of kids are learning about horticulture, and what made this class extra special is they grew their own cabbage to ferment!
Peter thoroughly enjoyed his morning with the class as he was able to wax lyrical about eating healthy, and the many benefits of fermented cabbage. He was really impressed with how engaged and eager they were to learn. Sauerkraut might not yet be a hip word among young Kiwi’s – but we’re working hard to change that.
At Living Goodness we're always looking for ways to give back to our community, and feel that teaching young Kiwi’s how to make better food choices, and about the many health benefits of fermented vegetables has got to be a good thing.
Do you know a school we should head to next? Let them know that we’d love to help out!