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Ferment Yer Veggies

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Ferment Yer Veggies

Real Food for Real Families

Learn how to turn the everyday stuff in your kitchen into nutritional powerhouses that nourish body and soul, help heal the gut, ease digestive concerns and boost your immune system. Learn the basics of fermenting and pickling veggies that your whole family will love, no fancy equipment required!

The class will include hands-on method

At the end of the night you will get to take home:

– Sauerkraut- Kimchi- Dilly beans

-A collection of recipes that includes all the recipes we demonstrate at the workshop along with their variations.

About Instructors:

Kristina, wife, mother of two, professional chef and fitness instructor. Daja, wife, mother of eight, childbirth educator and doula. They are passionate about taking care of their families well in a holistic way that honors their bodies, souls, and spirits. And their budgets.

Ferment Yer Veggies

Real Food for Real Families Learn how to turn the everyday stuff in your kitchen into nutritional powerhouses that nourish body and soul, help heal the gut, ease digestive concerns and boost your immune system. Learn the basics of fermenting and pickling veggies that your whole family will love, no fancy equipment required! The class […]

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Daughters of the King Retreat

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And he went up on the mountain, and called to him those whom he desired; and they came to him.  Mark 3:13

Daughters of the King RetreatMarch 21-23, Palomar Mountain, California

We have this passion for women to live well, to know their identities, to understand their true essence, to inspire women to be radiant! Read More

Daughters of the King Retreat

And he went up on the mountain, and called to him those whom he desired; and they came to him.  Mark 3:13 March 21-23, Palomar Mountain, California We have this passion for women to live well, to know their identities, to understand their true essence, to inspire women to be radiant!

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Daughters of the King Retreat

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Did you know that in Hebrew literature that the Shabbat (Sabbath) is pictured as a woman?  All the other days of the week are pictured as men.  But the Sabbath is a woman!

What does that mean?  How does that speak to our identity as women?  How can be manifest more of Christ’s rest in our every day lives?

Come join us for a weekend to imagine and re-imagine all you were created to be!

A weekend away to discover or rediscover who we are as daughters of the King!  Learn to live from the place of our identity and not from our to-do lists!  A weekend of refreshing for God’s daughters!

[Pre-registration for this event is closed.  For availability, please contact us via our contact page.]

Did you know that in Hebrew literature that the Shabbat (Sabbath) is pictured as a woman?  All the other days of the week are pictured as men.  But the Sabbath is a woman! What does that mean?  How does that speak to our identity as women?  How can be manifest more of Christ’s rest in […]

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Website Work & Fermentation Class Announcement

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Dear Readers,

We are doing some much needed work on our website.  All of our past posts will be available during this time, but we will not be posting any new articles until the work is done.  We hope this will only take a week or two, but you know how that goes, we expect it may take up to a month to get all the work done.

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Dear Readers, We are doing some much needed work on our website.  All of our past posts will be available during this time, but we will not be posting any new articles until the work is done.  We hope this will only take a week or two, but you know how that goes, we expect […]

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More Pictures From Food Revolution Day!

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All our food was grown or raised within 100 miles of the dinner!  Such a wonderful abundance of LOCAL food! Read More

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All our food was grown or raised within 100 miles of the dinner!  Such a wonderful abundance of LOCAL food!

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Farm To Table To Heart And Soul

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When we heard about Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution Day, we knew that we wanted to be a part of it!  Standing up for real food?  Yes, please!  We tossed around a myriad of ideas from the low-key to the large scale, from the serious to the slightly ridiculous.  It was Kristina who said, “Let’s host the local pastors.”  And from there, our Farm-To-Table dinner began to take shape.  We wanted to share a vision for community, sustainability and the food movement with churches.  Feeding our community is a theological issue at its core and the church must take its role.  So we invited.  And then we prayed that someone would actually show up!  The response was overwhelming!  It felt like we were hearing the very heartbeat of the Kingdom as people responded with, “We have been praying and talking about this very thing.  We can’t wait to participate.” Read More

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When we heard about Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution Day, we knew that we wanted to be a part of it!  Standing up for real food?  Yes, please!  We tossed around a myriad of ideas from the low-key to the large scale, from the serious to the slightly ridiculous.  It was Kristina who said, “Let’s host […]

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Food Revolution Day & A Farm-To-Table Dinner

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Why do we need a Food Revolution?

After all, in the United States our food is seemingly abundant and easily accessible, right?  When it comes right down to it, the answer to this question is no.  Real food as we define it, whole food in its natural form, based on cultural diets, and minimally processed, is not accessible or affordable to everyone.  Sadly, in the United States 1 in 6 people are unsure of where there next meal will come from. Read More

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Why do we need a Food Revolution? After all, in the United States our food is seemingly abundant and easily accessible, right?  When it comes right down to it, the answer to this question is no.  Real food as we define it, whole food in its natural form, based on cultural diets, and minimally processed, […]