Fermenting and Sprouting Workshops

$55 / person. To book for my October workshop please add your email (NOT your name) here.

Along with sourdough bread making, fermenting and sprouting are ancient crafts being now recognised for their health-giving properties and simple preparations.

Whether you want to stay healthy, regain vitality or are unwell, fermenting and sprouting will help you. These simple, ancient methods of preparing vegetables, nuts, pulses, seeds and dairy are still an integral part of the diet of most people in Asia, Europe and South America. Fermented foods improve digestion and add digestive enzymes that are lacking in many people’s diets. Ferments are easily created in your kitchen with ingredients you will already have at hand. Come and learn how to take charge of your gut, your health and your brain, by making simple, delicious foods for daily life.

Various ferments

Various ferments

Left, pickled radishes. Right, making pickled zucchinis.

Left, pickled radishes. Right, making pickled zucchinis.

Sprouted red lentils and a slice of sourdough in a bowl of slow-cooked baked beans.

Sprouted red lentils and a slice of sourdough in a bowl of slow-cooked baked beans.

Hand in hand with fermented foods, sprouted grains and seeds can easily be added to your diet. Freshly sprouted in your home, they provide a bounty of nutrients. Let me introduce you to my easy, foolproof sprouting method.

There are always plenty of samples for you to try in my workshops and you will be delighted to discover that such beautiful flavours can add such vitality to your body and spring to your step!

The table in my workshop bursting with food for participants to try!

The table in my workshop bursting with food for participants to try!

Workshop dates advertised on the home page.  Alternatively, to be on my newsletter list, please send me your email address. Newsletters are sent fortnightly.

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