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Healthy Potluck and Talk on "Why and How to Grow and Eat Sprouts and Microgreens

Have your healthiest, most glowing, and best winter ever! 

Learn how to grow sprouts and microgreens at home, and how to add these delicious little powerhouses of energy to your daily diet. 

Sprouts and microgreens are alkalizing and immune-boosting fountains of youth, plus they are delicious, fun, and easy to grow and use. This talk will include a detailed demonstration of how to sprout and grow microgreens in any home. 

Speaker bio: 

Tara Tranguch is a farmer and certified health coach. Her farm, Serafina Says Farm, is based in Canton and offers a vegetable CSA, wheatgrass CSA, Wellness Workshops, and sprouts and microgreens to restaurants and for sale at farmers’ markets. 

Prior to farming, Tara worked in strategy and marketing at telecom vendor Alcatel-Lucent in Shanghai, China and Paris, France. She has a dual-degree in English and Chinese from Duke University, and a Masters-level certificate from the Johns‘ Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies in Nanjing, China.


7:15 pm:  Potluck begins.

7:45 pm:  Talk begin. 

9:00 pm:  Event ends.  


About the potluck dinner:

 -Bring food that meets your definition of what is healthy.

 -Please bring enough servings for at least 7 people. 

 -List any ingredients in the food you bring on a note card. This is important information for people with food sensitivities and allergies. Extra note cards will be available at the event. 

 -Please bring your own plate, utensils, and water bottle. This is a zero-waste event. 


Donations between $2-$5 requested. 


This event is organized by CT Health Foodies, a supportive community for people interested in healthy eating. This event is part of an ongoing series of monthly potluck dinners held at ArtSpace in downtown Hartford.  CT Health Foodies is a diverse group, and we respect everyone’s food choices. 


FREE PARKING! In the back of the ArtSpace building. Ignore "Resident Parking Only" signs. Parking is allowed during this event. Enter through the back entrance by the murals.


 "Let food be thy medicine." - Hippocrates

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