Sunday May 6th 11-2.30pm
Leavening the Ethiopian way A demonstration class to explore and better understand where fermented foods fit in a wholefood way of life and how these foods support our overall wellbeing. Today is all about capturing beneficial native bacteria, to create the delicious and nutritious gluten free Ethiopian flatbread ‘Injera’ and a vegetarian misr wat curry and accompaniments to eat with these. Take home notes, recipes and the cultures you would like. Well suited to vegetarians and the gluten intolerant.
Image of Injera and accompaniments ©BenDearnley
- Make and utilise shio koji
- Turn a sourdough into irresistible crackers
- Make probiotic dressings and sauces
- Comprehensive notes and recipes
- Delicious tastings
- Confidence to recreate and expand your repetoire
- Your enquiring mind
Vendor sincce 2013
I am a Sydney based, chef, author and educator with a passion for the freshest, most locally grown, biodynamic, and organic produce. I cook respecting the traditions that help to maximise nutrient values and digestibility of the dishes made. I have been doing so since I co founded Iku Wholefoods in 1985
Lacto-fermentation is an art I adore, practice and love to teach. I believe that cooking is an alchemic art form, not an exact science. I made my first batch of pickles at the age of 15 which has provided me with over 40 years of experience to impart.
I run wholefood cooking classes in Australia and the UK. My aim is always to educate and inspire people to eat in accordance with their needs and the season. I am also a caterer and work as a food coach with individuals looking to make dietary changes.
Whenever I am presenting, teaching, catering or working as a private chef, I am always an impassioned speaker on the benefits of sustainable whole food and organic and biodynamic farming practises.
Our cancellation policy: Just like a concert or theatre ticket, if you are unable to come to class, the cost is not refunded, however you are welcome to send someone in your place. Under certain circumstances, with sufficient notice, a credit may be given for another class (This will be at the providers discretion and subject to the availability of other classes).