Learn how to make healthy, plantbased, activated food, much of it raw, and free from dairy, sugar and wheat.
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The aim of the workshop is to give you enough understanding and recipes to set you on your way to making up your own!
Your host is Gertrud Keazor, founder and chef at Yobaba Lounge's award winning retreats, which feature outrageous, plant-based meal plans. Gertrud will share her secrets and some of our most popular dishes on this 1 day workshop.
Food is most definitely art!
Learn how to make beautiful, satisfying plant-based food for your family.
NO DAIRY • NO SUGAR • NO WHEAT
Saturday 24th February, 2018 - 10:00 - 16:00
We will be eating the food that's being prepared.
You will not need any prior experience of, nor enthusiasm for, plant-based dairy free food.
Accommodation and transport to the event are not included but we would be happy to assist, please contact us. Free parking available on site.
Workshop will be hosted in Avalon, Sydney, Australia.
YOU WILL EXPLORE
- Making your own activated nut milk, fermenting it and making yoghurts (probiotic health)
- 5 minute a day, no-knead wheat free bread, using sour dough and how to make your own starter.
- making a raw, chocolate ganache
- making a raw apple crumble
- making a raw courgetti Bolognese
- making a raw pad thai
- making notella protein snacks
- making highly nutritious, activated raw porridges for heart health
- a few basic recipes and tips, tricks and encouragement to experiment with your own flavours so that you can start making up your own recipes.
Food at Yobaba Lounge is a big deal. It has been described as outrageous, beautiful, the best ever, and more. It is a satisfying explosion of flavours and colours and has been tested on children, teens and grown men!
Bring a note pad. You will be given recipes for all the dishes we make, but tips and tricks have a way of arising during the demonstrations, and may not all be included in the recipes themselves.
Please book early. Number of places is limited.
PRICE: A$295 per person for the day-long workshop.
Thank you (c) Christine Spring for the photographs. All her rights are reserved.