Winter Wellness: Make Your Own Fire Cider + Elderberry Syrup

Tuesday January 23rd, 6-8p

Come together in community to learn how to make your own fire cider and elderberry syrup. These two amazing herbal remedies can be found in the medicine cabinet of any wild witch. They’re fun and simple to make, so start saving your hard earned dough and stock up!

$15 workshop fee

Workshop fee covers the cost of materials so you’ll go home with a jar of each! We’ll have enough supplies to make extra if you’d like to buy more to take home. They also make great gifts just in time for the holidays!

We’ll have information on the Tradition Not Trademark free fire cider campaign that is working to free this traditional remedy from its current trademark restrictions.

Jessica Jean Weston is chef owner of Superfresh! Organic Café in Brattleboro, VT. Weston was recently named one of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition’s 30 Under 30 Health and Wellness Leaders of 2017. With a BA in medical anthropology from Ithaca College and as a graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition (IIN), Jessica has spent her career exploring the broad subject of food as medicine with Mayan healers in Belize, on organic farms, and with herbalists, shamanic practitioners, and more. Weston’s personal journey to health, navigating a series of food intolerances as well as what made her feel most vibrant, led her to a non-GMO, plant-based diet free of soy, gluten, dairy, eggs, and meat. Recognizing that everyone has their own path to explore, her goal is simply to share her experiences and knowledge by creating delicious, approachable cuisine with the understanding that no two beings are alike.