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Soy Miso and Tempeh making workshop

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Soy Miso and Tempeh making workshop

Time: September 13, 2009 from 9am to 4pm
Location: Cooroy
Website or Map: http://www.permacultureproduc…
Phone: 0754 426089 / 0432 180523
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: Elisabeth Fekonia
Latest Activity: Sep 10, 2009

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Event Description

There will be a Miso and Tempeh making Workshop held at the Anglican Church Hall, 1 Miva Street, Cooroy on September the 13th.
This workshop is very much hands on, and the day will start with making Tempeh from Organic Soy Beans and two types of Miso will also be made on the day as well as looking at how to make your own Soy Sauce. Lunch will be made by the participants by using these fermented soy ingredients to make a superb soy based lunch. On the menu will be Miso soup and hand made pasta with Tempeh Curry in Coconut Cream amongst other dishes. There will also be a session where we look at the importance of eating only traditionally fermented soy and other issues related to the downside of this contentious bean.
This workshop is truly an avenue for entering into the more complex world of fermentation and personally it’s a real turn on for me!
The cost for this workshop is $75 and this includes morning tea, lunch and a manual.
If you would like to participate, I recommend that you book in soon, as this workshop is limited in numbers due to the active involvement of all the students.
You can book in via my website and if you have any queries please get in touch with me.
Regards,

Elisabeth Fekonia
elisabeth@permacultureproduce.info
www.permacultureproduce.com.au
0754 426089 / 0432 180523

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