Did you know? According to Fitness Magazine most brands of yogurt contain good-for-you bacteria The words "live and active cultures" on the container mean that your yogurt has probiotics, beneficial bugs that live in your digestive tract and help crowd out harmful microorganisms that can cause intestinal infections.
What: Discover the deliciousness and versatility of fresh cheese and yogurt at this Introduction to Basic Yogurt and Cheese Making event. This kid-friendly, hands-on workshop will explore the science behind yogurt and cheese making. Participants will learn how to make two traditional cheeses and fresh yogurt and leave with their own samples. There will be time for Q&A included in the workshop.
Did you know? Cheese is high in calcium content and rich in vitamin B. This is especially good for the bones of children, elderly people, and pregnant and lactating women for strengthening bones and cartilages. the vitamin B in cheese helps the body absorb and distribute calcium.
Who: Open to the general public whereas, advance registration is required. There is a age requirement of 6 and up, with an adult.
Where: Maryland Science Center ~ 601 Light Street Baltimore, MD 21230
When: Saturday, February 9, 2013 from 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
FYI: Space is limited, which requires a $10 per participant fee. Call the phone at 410-545-5980 to reserve your space remember there is a three ticket limit per caller.