Food Remedies: Cooking with Wild & Fermented Foods

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February 1 2020 9:30 am   through   February 1 2020 3:00 pm
14500 Juanita Drive N.E.
Bastyr University
Kenmore, WA 98028
Phone: 425-602-3332
Public Event Registration $ 120.00
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Bastyr Full Time Students with ID $ 84.00
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This class shows you easiest ways to extract the healing constituents from your food and herbs and create nourishing and healing remedies. You'll learn how to prepare mustard, ferments, & infused honey.



Date: Saturday February 1, 2020
Time: 9:30 AM - 3:00 PM
Instructors: Suzanne Tabert, Rainer Stalhberg PhD, Kimberley Hiner

Come explore the health benefits of fermented foods! In this course series we will be exploring how to incorporate herbal remedies and wild edible plants into your diet to help boost your over all health. Led by three instructors this course will give you hands on experience in the forest, garden and kitchen with some fabulously tastey takeaways!

This first class will feature the action and preparation of mustard, sauerkraut and other highly effective fermented foods. In accordance with the season we also will collect and incorporate conifers into fir salt and honeys. You will gain several recipes for your repertoire.

Class Supply Fee- $20 to be paid to the instructor's at the beginning of the class.

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About the Instructors

Suzanne Tabert bioregional herbalist, is director of herbal education and herbal mentor at the Cedar Mountain Herb School. An herbal medicine instructor for 30 years, Suzanne teaches with great passion and excitement, bringing her wealth of herbal knowledge to students in an engaging and vibrant manner. She is the primary instructor at CMHS and an adjunct faculty member and practicum supervisor for students at Bastyr University.
Taking students to wild places and giving them tools to engage and connect with flora, fauna, and the exquisite beauty of nature is the icing on the cake of life, and one way that Suzanne is making a difference in the world, one person, one group at a time.

Rainer Stahlberg is a plant researcher. He received a PhD in plant biology in 1979 working on electrical signals in plants. Rainer taught botany in Germany (Humboldt University Berlin), Russia (st. Petersburg), and the United States (University of Washington and Bastyr University).  He also taught Botany together with the legendary Arthur Kruckeberg to public audiences enrolling for weekend classes with the North Cascade Institute.  Arthur introduced Rainer to the plants of the Pacific Northwest from 1998 to 2006.  He also imparted his philosophy that science does not exist in a ivory tower or university and that it is the duty of its participants to report back to and serve the public.


Kimberley Hiner is a nutrition and health coach and healthy food blogger with a big time LOVE of food. Kimberley is on a “mission to get you in the kitchen”  to teach a fresh, simplified approach to a healthy living, day in and day out-- no matter where you live or what the your daily demands are. With a focus on fresh, seasonal and real foods, Kimberley's creative healthy lifestyle solutions make the process to getting and staying healthy a lot more fun.