About Us

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We’re passionate about health and nutrition – helping people live a fulfilling life!

We’re social marketers, working with Modere, a new company backed by 25+ years research and development of products that focus on everyday essentials covering health, nutrition, and safe, clean-label products for personal and home use.
People are powering the online shopping revolution.  Modere helps you benefit from the “word of mouth” advertising that comes naturally when people “share the love” about products.
Our mission is to help people:
  • Live clean
  • Shop smart
  • Help others

We also hold workshops on the following topics:

  • Fermented foods
  • Reducing toxic exposures
  • Boosting your immune system
  • Better digestive health
  • Safe skin care and cosmetics
  • Boosting your energy and stamina
  • and more!

Roslyn & Mario Bono

Copyright 2015 Well-being for Life
by Mario Bono+

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Live clean

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… with Modere

Modere offers a category-leading portfolio of everyday essential products — personal care, health & wellness, and household products that are equal parts safe, high performing, and beautifully designed. Our formulas are proven and tested, and have been trusted by customers around the world for more than 25 years.

We believe in the importance of having a personal touch.  We’re proud of our products, and see them through from conception to execution.

At Modere, we create more than just products—we create meaningful experiences. We’ve seen the power of creating lasting relationships with our customers through distinct, momentous experiences that we have facilitated, and we will continue to create and build upon these foundations.

The Modere experience is catered specifically to the modern lifestyle, which takes place at the intersection of stylish, safe, and smart.

We craft some of the safest products on the market today. It’s core to our brand. It’s what we believe. We offer products that perform to the highest standards possible.

  • Products inspired by nature.
  • Products delivered by science.
  • Products that take care.
  • Products that exceed expectations.

Explore our online shopping sites ….

In Australia  click here -> Live Clean-Shop Smart/AU

Enjoy $10 off your first order (minimum order $50), earn shopping discounts & rewards.

In New Zealand   click here -> Live Clean-Shop Smart/NZ

Enjoy $10 off your first order (min order $50), earn shopping discounts & rewards.

In Hong Kong   click here -> Live Clean-Shop Smart/Hong Kong

In Singapore   click here -> Live Clean-Shop Smart/Singapore

Enjoy $10 off your first order (minimum order $50), earn shopping discounts & rewards.

In USA                 click here -> Live Clean-Shop Smart/USA

Love Safe Products?  Order $75 in product, and receive free shipping.

In Europe        click here -> Live Clean-Shop Smart/Europe

In Japan           click here -> Live Clean-Shop Smart/Japan

In Korea           click here -> Live Clean-Shop Smart/Korea

 

Copyright 2016  Well-being for Life
by Mario Bono+

Explore - Shop

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When someone asks us ‘why change brands?’, the answer is easy.

Modere is luxury made affordable. Category-leading everyday essential products that are equal parts safe, high-performing, and beautifully designed.

We craft some of the safest products on the market today. It’s core to our brand. It’s what we believe. We offer products that perform to the highest standards possible.

Products inspired by nature. Products delivered by science. Products that take care. Products that exceed expectations. Products you need, experiences you deserve.

Explore our online shopping sites ….

In Australia  click here -> Live Clean-Shop Smart/AU

Save $10 on your first order (minimum order $50), and earn shopping discounts and rewards.

In USA           click here -> Live Clean-Shop Smart/USA

Love Safe Products?  Order $75 in product, and get free shipping.

In Europe     click here -> Live Clean-Shop Smart/Europe

In Japan       click here -> Live Clean-Shop Smart/Japan

In Korea       click here -> Live Clean-Shop Smart/Korea

 

Copyright 2016 Well-being for Life
by Mario Bono+

Modere Meetup

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Modere Meetup – Wednesday, 30 November 2016

Live clean – Shop smart – Help others.

Modere creates products you can trust, products you want to use everyday, and want to share with others, products which are ethical, sustainable and with low environmental impact – not because it’s popular or fashionable, but because it is the right thing to do.

Modere is a member of the Environmental Working Group’s EWG Verified™ program: “A new standard for your health.” – Modere’s products meet EWG’s strict criteria for ingredient safety and product development, backed by the latest scientific research, and the highest standards of manufacturing best practice.

People are powering the online shopping revolution.
Come along to this Modere Meetup, and learn how easy it is for you to choose personal and home care products that are safe to use, free of harmful ingredients, and environmentally friendly.
When:   7.30pm – 8.30pm,  Wednesday, 30 November 2016
Where:  Brisbane City Hall.  Enter via main doors & follow the signs.
RSVP:    Mario Bono  e: mario@bono.id.au  m: 0412 278 854
Guests – Complimentary Entry

 

Copyright 2015 Well-being for Life
by Mario Bono+

Fermented Food Basics

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History: Did you know that fermented foods have been produced by people all over the world for thousands of years? Egyptian tomb murals from 4000 years ago show the production of quark, a soft fermented cheese. Kefir grains used to ferment milk have been traced to the Caucasus Mountains 5000 years ago. The Chinese people were fermenting cabbage 6000 years ago. By chance and deliberate action, people used fermentation as a way to preserve their food and then discovered the many health benefits of adding fermented foods to their diet.

Nutrition and digestion:  In the process of fermentation, beneficial microorganisms feed on the sugars and starches, preserving the food and its nutrients, creating beneficial enzymes, b-vitamins, Omega-3 fatty acids, and various strains of probiotics. The food is broken into an easily digestible form with the follow on effect of being easily eliminated. Efficient elimination means your body is not storing toxins.

Immune system: Our digestive tract is the powerhouse of our immune system. About 80% of our immune response is in our gut. It is home to countless bacteria, both good and bad. These bacteria outnumber the cells in your body by at least 10 to one, and maintaining the ideal balance of good and bad bacteria forms the foundation for good health—physical, mental and emotional. Did you know your gut produces more serotonin – feel good messages – than your brain does?  So what you put into your gut matters! Fermented food is an ideal vehicle to add beneficial microorganisms to your gut.

Antibiotics, alcohol, stress and poor diet choices can upset the balance. Adding a few serves of fermented food and drink to your daily diet can increase the good bacteria in your gut and normalise your blood sugar, reducing your cravings for sugar. If you’ve ever experienced the mid-afternoon munchies you know what I mean!

At our Fermented Food Workshops I show you how to prepare fermented foods which are nutritious and beneficial to your wellbeing. Through a ‘hands on’ approach you learn how to use the beneficial micro-organisms to ferment fruit, vegetables, tea and dairy products.

Here’s a sample of what participants have said about the workshop.

“Very hands on. Enjoyed it a lot.”
“Detailed and personalized.”
“Informative … fast paced … kept our interest …”
“Good value for money. Covered a variety of tastes to satisfy everyone.”
“Fabulous!”

View upcoming Events & Workshops here.

Copyright 2014 Well-being for Life
by Mario Bono+

Testimonials

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We’re passionate about giving people the information and skills so they can take control of their health and nutrition – simply and effectively.

The Fermented Food Workshops are designed to give you the skills and confidence to immediately start making healthy and nutritious fermented foods that will have a positive effect on your health and well-being.

The number of attendees at the workshops is limited to six.  This small group allows us to deliver a personalized and hands-on learning environment.

Here’s a sample of comments from previous attendees:

  • “Very hands-on. Enjoyed it a lot.”
  • “Detailed and personalized.”
  • “Informative … fast paced … kept our interest …”
  • “Good value for money. Covered a variety of tastes to satisfy everyone.”
  • “Fabulous!”
  • “Well organised and well presented”
  • “I liked the hands-on learning. Smelling and tasting the foods was really good.”
  • “Wonderfully informative workshop, exceeded my expectations.”
  • “You walk the walk, and talk the talk .. You live and breathe ‘Healthy Lifestyles’ and are a wonderful inspiration to others craving a similar journey.”
  • “Your passion shines through time and time again.”

Copyright 2014 Well-being for Life
by Mario Bono+

Process & Principles

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Slow Fast Food… a sample of cultured foods …

Carrots, Sauerkraut, Kimchi, Sourdough starter, Sourdough flatbread, Kombucha, Fruit’n’Nut kimchi

Sweet Potato, Bean Dip,Tomato Salsa, Porridge fermenting, Strawberry Jam, Milk Kefir, Apple Sauce

Workshop 1 – Fermented Dairy, Fruit, Vegetables and Tea

Process Ferment 3-5 days, strain Ferment 24 hours, strain, refresh Ferment 24 hours, whip Chop, ferment 3-5 days Ferment, drain, refresh 10 -21 days
End Product Quark Milk kefir Cultured cream 

Cultured butter

Kimchi 

Fruit n nut kimchi

 

Tomato salsa

Kombucha

 

Fermenting formula for fruit and vegetables

Micro organisms + sugar + salt – oxygen + time = ferment.

What it looks like for kimchi cabbage microorganisms + salt – submerged under water + [3 -5 ]days = ferment

 

What it looks like for tomato salsa tomato microorganisms + salt – submerged in own tomato juice + [3 -5] days = ferment

 

What it looks like for fruit and nut kimchi whey + fruit + salt – submerged under water and whey + [3 -5] days = ferment

 

What it looks like for sauerkraut cabbage microorganisms + salt – submerged in own juice + [3 -5] days = ferment

 

 

Workshop 2 – Fermented Grains, Legumes and Beans

Process Ferment and cook Soak, ferment and cook Soak, cook and ferment Ferment Ferment starter, ferment dough and cook
End Product PorridgeRice LentilsDosa

Idli

Beans Sourdough starter Sourdough :bread

flat bread

pancakes

cake

muffins

pastry

pasta

 

 

Fermenting formula for grains, legumes and beans.

Micro-organism + starch + salt + time = ferment 
What it looks like for porridge

Milk kefir or whey + oatmeal + salt + 24 hours and cook= ferment

What it looks like for rice 

Milk kefir or whey + rice + salt +[8 -24] hours and cook = ferment

What it looks like for lentils 

Soak and drain lentils + milk kefir or whey + salt + 24 hours and cook = ferment

What it looks like for dosa and idli

Soak and drain rice and lentils + milk kefir or whey + salt + 24 hours and cook = ferment

What it looks like for beans

Soak and drain beans + cook + whey + salt + [3 -5] days = ferment

What it looks like for sourdough starter

Whey or milk kefir + flour + [3 -5] days = ferment

What it looks like for sourdough flat bread

Starter + flour + salt + 24 hours + bake =ferment

What it looks like for sourdough pancakes, cakes, muffins, pasta

Starter + flour + salt + 24 hours + cook =ferment

All Original Content © 2014 Roslyn Bono, All Rights Reserved

 

Copyright 2014 Well-being for Life
by Mario Bono+

Serving Suggestions

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 . . . . to incorporate fermented foods into your diet

All these recipes are covered in Workshops 1.0 or 2.0 or 3.0

Breakfast

Milk kefir or coconut milk kefir

Fermented, uncooked porridge as part of a Burcher style muesli

Fermented, cooked porridge served with fermented applesauce or fruit and nut kimchi

Sourdough pancakes with eggs, bacon and spinach

Sourdough muffins with savoury fillings

Sourdough bread toasted and spread with cultured butter or fermented jam

Morning snack

Turmeric bug gummies

Fruit and nut kimchi with cultured cream

Sourdough banana muffin

Lunch

Sourdough flat bread with quark and salad

Salad with a dollop of fermented beans or kimchi or sauerkraut or tomato salsa or fermented cucumbers or fermented ginger carrots or sweet potato mash

Sourdough crust pizza

Afternoon snack

Glass of kombucha

Glass of Turmeric lime soda

Slice of sourdough orange cake or sourdough chocolate cake

Entree

Fermented bean dip with tomato salsa and sourdough flat bread

Sourdough garlic bread

Main meal

Meat topped with zucchini or red onion relish

Sides of kimchi, sauerkraut, fermented beans, fermented carrots, dosa or idli bread

Spiralled zucchini noodles with tomato salsa

Sourdough pasta

Fermented rice plain or in a risotto

Fermented lentils in vegetable protein loaf

Dessert

Kefir ice cream

Copyright 2014 Well-being for Life  
by Mario Bono+

So what's a "good" recipe?

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So what makes a good fermented food recipe?

There’s a plethora of fermenting blogs and sites available today so here’s a guide to working out which fermented food recipe will benefit you the most.

Question 1. What’s the value in Chocolate Sauerkraut Cake?

It’s got to be good because it’s got chocolate in it, right? When you look at the method, there are questions to ask. It uses sauerkraut which is mixed and baked in the cake. This means the beneficial microorganisms in the sauerkraut are killed so there are no probiotic benefits. The sauerkraut will give a lovely texture to the cake and as it has been pre digested by the cabbage microorganisms, the sauerkraut will be easily digestible. However it will still contain flour and sugar.

 

Question 2. What about a recipe that uses a sourdough starter?

Check that, in the method, the flour is mixed with sourdough starter and left to ferment for at least 12 -24 hours. Some recipes simply add the starter to the rest of the ingredients, leaving no time for further fermentation. Be aware of recipes that use a sourdough starter but do not give time to ferment all the flour. That recipe will have some sour flavour but will give no benefit of the microorganisms pre-digesting the flour.

 

Question 3. Which fermented recipes provide a probiotic effect?

These are all covered in my fermented food workshops.

Dairy

Fruit

Vegetable

Drinks

Quark [cottage cheese made from raw milk]

Milk kefir

Cultured cream

Cultured butter

Cultured yoghurt

 

 

Fruit'n'Nut kimchi

Fermented Apple sauce

Fermented strawberry jam

Korean style kimchi

Sauerkraut

Tomato salsa

Zucchini relish

Red onion relish

Sweet potato mash

Fermented bean spread

Kombucha tea

 

Question framework.

 

If the recipe calls for a fermented food, are processes like heating or freezing required?

Heating and freezing kills the beneficial microorganisms.

When making fermented ice cream, the milk kefir microorganisms do all their work pre digesting the milk and then die in the freezing.

When baking sourdough recipes like breads, pastry, pikelets, pasta, muffins, cookies and cakes the microorganisms do all their work in pre digesting the flour and then die in the baking.

Kefir grains and kombucha scoby can be kept in the fridge to slow their activity. Just make sure the thermostat in the fridge is working as I’ve lost scobies when the fridge froze!

Sometimes vegetables are cooked first before being fermented. The microorganisms are killed in the cooking process. This is true for sweet potato and beans. Whey is then added to the cooked flesh.

In effect, all the microorganisms have been replaced. This is done to give us control over the fermenting process so that alcohol is not produced!

 

Has sufficient time been allowed for the microorganisms to pre-digest all the flour, lentils, rice, oats in the recipe?

 

The purpose of fermenting grains, legumes and beans is to give time to the microorganisms in the fermenting liquid to pre-digest the food.

The food becomes an easily digestible, tasty and nutritious food.

Gluten is degraded and neutralised.

The fermentation neutralizes phytic acid and enzyme inhibitors in grains and legumes that cause digestive problems.

The complex starches in the flour are converted into simple sugars making it easy to digest.

These fermented foods have a low glycaemic index which helps regulate blood sugars and produces the feeling of satiety.

It’s the sour flavour that gives you the sign that all these benefits are in fermented grains, legumes and beans.

 

 

All Original Content © 2014 Roslyn Bono, All Rights Reserved

 

Copyright 2014 Well-being for Life  
by Mario Bono+

Simple Sauerkraut Recipe

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Finely chopped cabbage. This one was a drumhead but any cabbage is fine – red, wombok, sugarloaf, chinese. For this amount I’ve used ½ a drumhead cabbage. I’ve removed the white ‘bones’.

Put the finely chopped cabbage into a bowl with 1 teaspoon of salt, 2 teaspoons of caraway seeds and 3 teaspoons of freshly grated ginger. I like ginger so that’s why there’s ginger in this recipe. Many recipes add other ingredients too but the finely chopped cabbage is the base.

Scrunching the cabbage to draw out the juice. The cabbage will change colour and feel wet and limp. This is a great workout for your hands and arms!

Scoop mixture into a wide mouthed jar and press down till the juice covers the cabbage.

I use a glass of water to weight the sauerkraut to keep it submerged in its own juice. I use a folded up cabbage leaf to top the mixture before pressing. Transfer to a quiet spot in the kitchen and cover with a tea towel. Leave to ferment for 3 -5 days depending on the temperature. Press down on the mixture daily. You should see bubbles.

When ready remove the weighted glass and seal. Store in refridgerator.

All Original Content © 2014 Roslyn Bono, All Rights Reserved

Copyright 2014 Well-being for Life  
by Mario Bono+

Fermented Carrots

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This sequence of photographs illustrates the preparation of the carrots.  The last photograph on the right shows the carrots in the jar about to be covered in a warm dark place.  Note: the whey has made the liquid look a little cloudy.  When ready, it is clear.

Ingredients

  • ½ kg carrots, grated or julienned
  • 1 tablespoon ginger, peeled, finely chopped or grated
  •  ½ cup whey
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • Water

Method

  • Combine carrots, ginger and salt in a bowl and mix well.
  • Scoop spoonfuls of the mixture into a wide mouthed jar, pressing down firmly.
  • Leave a 5 cm gap between the top of the carrots and the jar lid.
  • Pour over the whey and pour in sufficient water to cover the mixture.
  • Keep the carrots submerged under the liquid with a weighted glass.
  • Cover with towel and leave to ferment in a dark, warm place on the kitchen bench for 3 to 5 days, depending on the temperature.
  • Seal the jar and store in fridge.

Serve fermented carrots as a side dish in a salad or with a hot meal.

All Original Content © 2014 Roslyn Bono, All Rights Reserved

Copyright 2014 Well-being for Life
by Mario Bono+

Sourdough Pizza - Method

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Ingredients

1 cup starter

1 ½ tablespoons coconut oil or olive oil

1 teaspoon salt

1 cup plain flour at least but maybe more

Method

Gently mix oil, salt and starter in a bowl.  Slowly add the flour to mix in. Use your hands to mix in additional flour till you feel you have a soft, but not sticky dough. If too wet, add more flour. If too dry, add more water or whey or starter.

Keep dough in bowl and cover with plastic wrap for at least 8 hours but can be up to 24 hours, depending on the temperature.

Preheat oven to 230°C. Roll out the dough on a floured surface – I like to use a pastry mat. Transfer to a baking paper-lined pizza tray or pizza stone. Pre-bake the pizza dough for 3-4 mins and then remove from oven.

  • Option 1. Cool and freeze
  • Option 2 . Place sauce and toppings on. Return to the oven for 10 – 25 minutes. Time depends on toppings and thickness of crust.

I like a really thin crust so with this quantity I can roll out 2 thin bases.  When cooked, the sourdough thin crust pizza tastes like the pizza from the little village of Vazzano, Italy, the ancestral home of the Bono family.

For a garlic pizza, spread a mixture of olive oil, salt and crushed garlic over the pre baked crust and bake.

Copyright 2014 Well-being for Life  
by Mario Bono+

Fermented Food Workshops in Brisbane

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If you and your friends (minimum 4 attendees) would like to negotiate a workshop date to suit, please contact me (Roslyn Bono), and we can schedule any of the following workshops, just for you!

Email Roslyn

Confirm your enrolment with PayPal  

via Paypal, please add $2/person service fee!

(use your Surname as the payment reference)

Workshop 1.0 – Dairy, Fruit & Vegetables

Saturday – 18 June, 16 July

Are you looking to ….

  • improve digestion?
  • eliminate toxins from your body?
  • restore a healthy balance of good bacteria in your gut?
  • reduce sugar cravings?
  • alkalize and cleanse your body?
  • have fun!! ??

If you answered “yes” to any of these, and you live in Brisbane (or surrounds) then you should attend the Fermented Food Workshop 1.0.

At the workshop you will learn ….

  • about gut flora and how important they are to your health.
  • how to use beneficial microbes to ferment fruit, vegetables and dairy products.
  • how fermentation makes foods easily digestible in this ‘hands-on’ workshop
  • how to make kefir, quark, yoghurt, cultured cream, cultured butter, Kombucha, sauerkraut, Korean kimchi, Fruit’n’Nut “kimchi” and tomato salsa.

Come along – your body will thank you!

When:    9.30am-12.30am  (on the nominated days)

Where:   5 Pareena Crescent, Mansfield. Brisbane

Cost:      $65/person (includes morning tea, plus workbook)
                 (direct deposit:  name: R B Bono, bsb: 064012  acc: 10086583)
                 or via PayPal – add extra $2/person service fee
Confirm your enrolment with PayPal  
 RSVP:  Ros Bono  e: roslyn@bono.id.au    t: 07 3343 1354

Workshop 2.0 – Grains, Legumes & Beans

Saturday – 28 May (sorry! no places available)

Saturday – 11 June

Pulses are a vital source of plant-based proteins and amino acids for people around the globe and should be eaten as part of a healthy diet to address obesity, as well as to prevent and help manage chronic diseases such as diabetes, coronary conditions and cancer; they are also an important source of plant-based protein.

Did you know that when grains, legumes and beans are fermented …

  • they become an easily digestible, tasty and nutritious food
  • gluten is degraded and neutralised
  • fermentation neutralizes phytic acid and enzyme inhibitors in grains and legumes that cause digestive problems
  • the complex starches in the flour are converted into simple sugars making it easy to digest
  • these fermented foods have a low glycemic index which helps regulate blood sugars and produces the feeling of satiety
  • it’s the sour flavour that gives you the sign that all these benefits are in fermented grains, legumes and beans.

If you want to increase your knowledge about these health benefits, and you live in Brisbane (or surrounds), then you should attend the Fermented Food Workshop 2.0.

At this workshop you will learn ….

  • about gut flora and how important they are to your health.
  • how to make sourdough starter
  • how to use the starter in breads, muffins, cake, pasta…
  • how to ferment rice, lentils and beans
When   9.30am-12.30pm  (on the nominated days)
Where:   5 Pareena Crescent, Mansfield. Brisbane
Cost:      $80/person (includes morning tea & brunch, plus workbook)
                 (direct deposit:  name: R B Bono, bsb: 064012  acc: 10086583)
                 or via PayPal – add extra $2/person service fee
Confirm your enrolment with PayPal  
RSVP:    Ros Bono  e: roslyn@bono.id.au    t: 07 3343 1354

Workshop 3.0 – Fermented jam, sauce, relish, mash & ice cream

Saturday – 25 June

Did you know that when fruit and vegetables are fermented

  • they become an easily digestible, probiotic, tasty and nutritious food 
  • these fermented foods have a low glycaemic index which helps regulate blood sugars and produces the feeling of satiety

It’s all about the flavour! When you hear, “You should eat this. It’s good for you,” it’s usually a sign the taste is less than desirable and it’s probably difficult to eat. In the case of fermented foods, I find it’s the flavour that is outstanding and that’s what helps me incorporate these foods into my diet.

You will learn

  • how to control fruit fermentation to make delicious jams and sauces
  • how to make tasty relishes and mashes as accompaniments to all meals
  • how to make flavoursome ice creams
  • how to make fermented drinks and jellies
  • about easily digested, probiotic fermented foods suitable for babies to seniors.

When:   9:30am -12:30pm on the nominated days

Where:  5 Pareena Cres, Mansfield

Cost:      $65/person (includes morning tea, plus workbook)
                 (direct deposit:  name: R B Bono, bsb: 064012  acc: 10086583)
                 or via PayPal – add extra $2/person service fee
Confirm your enrolment with PayPal  

RSVP:    Ros Bono  e: roslyn@bono.id.au    t: 07 3343 1354

 

Workshop 4.0 – nuts, fruit drinks, low-tech yoghurt & cheese

Saturday – 5 November

Nuts are often an essential ingredient in gluten free recipes. Did you know fermenting nuts removes the phytates that cause digestive disturbances? Fermenting makes nuts easy to digest.

  • Learn how to ferment nuts and make nut meal, nut flour, nut butter and nut cheese. Fermenting also removes the phytates in chick peas.
  • Learn how to ferment hummus.
  • Learn how to make yogurt, kefir cheese and labneh.
  • Learn how to ferment fruit juices to make refreshing probiotic drinks like sparkling apple and orange.

We’ll also revisit kombucha and you’ll learn two persuasive ways to serve kombucha to reluctant family members!

When:   9:30am -12:30pm on the nominated days

Where:  5 Pareena Cres, Mansfield

Cost:      $75/person (includes morning tea, plus workbook)
                 (direct deposit:  name: R B Bono, bsb: 064012  acc: 10086583)
                 or via PayPal – add extra $2/person service fee
Confirm your enrolment with PayPal  

RSVP:   Ros Bono  e: roslyn@bono.id.au    t: 07 3343 1354

Copyright 2016 Well-being for Life

by Mario Bono+

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