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Regenerative Lifestyle at home level 2 – Pauline O’Brien

January 28 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

Food is the most important thing we need to focus on for our future. Making the most of our food and not wasting it. For our 2nd in the series of workshops on Building A Regenerative Lifestyle At home, we will continue to explore fermentation stepping it up a notch. We will also cover a healthy personal care swap, some easy healthy GF hacks, and using your waste to enhance your food. One of the big issues today is all the preservatives, additives, and chemicals hidden in most everything we buy. We will continue to take small and steady steps as this journey does not happen overnight, it happens over time and distance as we shift our mindset and look at things through a different lens.


This workshop is experiential learning, hands-on. We will cover the art of miso making using chickpeas as appose to soybean, locally preserved lemon paste, tooth powder, GF Seed bread, a fermented drink of sorts to name just a few things as we will see what the garden presents us and what is in season and abundant at that time.

The next level is fermentation, changing how you purchase food and getting more out of what you buy and in the end creating less waste.

Venue: Pondok Kebun Green Village Bali

What is included:

  • Beautiful nourishing lunch
  • Jars of fermentation that you made
Photo credits by Stephanie Rausser
Photo credits by Stephanie Rausser

Pauline is an alumni Green School parent who was deeply involved in the original Kembali enterprise at G.S that not only focused on zero waste, recycling, minimizing your waste but also in a secondhand shop and waste education in the local schools. Pauline is passionate about shifting one’s focus to a regenerative lifestyle. A lifestyle that is more harmonious with nature. She has been working on this process for the past 9 years and the past year focused on the care of the human frame. The state of our physical and emotional health is a mirror of the toll we as humans put on the environment. Making the shift is a process that happens over time and distance.





January 28
9:00 am - 1:00 pm
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