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Ferment, Preserve, Pickle

150.00
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Ferment, Preserve, Pickle

150.00

Tutors: Niva & Yotam Kay

Dates: 6th February (Waitangi Day) 2018

Hours: 9 am to 5 pm

Come and learn what we do in our kitchen. It‘s all about nutritious foods, made with love. Come and learn how we preserve and ferment the foods that come out of the farm and gardens.

We ferment, preserve and pickle the produce we grow on the farm, but you will gain the same valuable experience from the workshop if you live in the city. Eating live probiotic foods is really important while buying it is so expensive. It is easy and inexpensive to make your own, we will show you how to:

Ferment and Pickle Vegetables

  • Ferment vegetables in brine
  • Make Sauerkraut
  • Kimchi
  • Vegetable pickle
  • Beet Kvass

Ferment Grains

  • Make Ogi (Fermented Millet Porridge)
  • Sourdough bread and maintaining a sourdough starter

Dairy

  • Yogurt & Dairy-free Yogurt
  • Labaneh (Yogurt Cheese)
  • Milk Kefir

And more

  • Miso
  • Fruit scrap vinegar
  • Ginger beer
  • Tej (Ethiopian honey wine)
  • Kombucha

Please bring small jars with to take goodies home with you.

Organic morning and afternoon tea will be provided. Please bring a plate to share for a potluck lunch.

*If you wish to pay by Direct Debit, please transfer the appropriate fund to the Co-operative bank, N & Y Kay 02-1248-0053901-052. And email Info@Pakarakafarm.co.nz with order details'.

 

 

 

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Tutors: Niva & Yotam Kay

Dates: 6th February (Waitangi Day) 2018

Hours: 9 am to 5 pm

Come and learn what we do in our kitchen. It‘s all about nutritious foods, made with love. Come and learn how we preserve and ferment the foods that come out of the farm and gardens.

We ferment, preserve and pickle the produce we grow on the farm, but you will gain the same valuable experience from the workshop if you live in the city. Eating live probiotic foods is really important while buying it is so expensive. It is easy and inexpensive to make your own, we will show you how to:

Ferment and Pickle Vegetables

  • Ferment vegetables in brine
  • Make Sauerkraut
  • Kimchi
  • Vegetable pickle
  • Beet Kvass

Ferment Grains

  • Make Ogi (Fermented Millet Porridge)
  • Sourdough bread and maintaining a sourdough starter

Dairy

  • Yogurt & Dairy-free Yogurt
  • Labaneh (Yogurt Cheese)
  • Milk Kefir

And more

  • Miso
  • Fruit scrap vinegar
  • Ginger beer
  • Tej (Ethiopian honey wine)
  • Kombucha

Please bring small jars with to take goodies home with you.

Organic morning and afternoon tea will be provided. Please bring a plate to share for a potluck lunch.

*If you wish to pay by Direct Debit, please transfer the appropriate fund to the Co-operative bank, N & Y Kay 02-1248-0053901-052. And email Info@Pakarakafarm.co.nz with order details'.

 

 

 

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