BASIC FERMENTED NUT CHEESE WORKSHOP

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BASIC FERMENTED NUT CHEESE WORKSHOP

39.00

BASIC FERMENTED NUT CHEESE WORKSHOP - with Bath Culture House

We have another wonderful workshop from Lucie, this time on the art of Fermented Nut Cheeses. Discover the world of fermented foods, learning practical skills which you can take away and continue to develop at home. Learn about the health benefits of fermented food, and how to include beneficial bacteria, antioxidants, vitamins, and enzymes into your diet. During this class we will concentrate on the art of making dairy-free, fermented cashew cheese, a non-fermented soft cashew cheese, and Labenh - Middle Eastern yoghurt balls. The class will be a combination of hands on and demonstration, learning how to make, marinate and cook these delicious fermented treats.
Each of you will have some nut cheese to take home by the end of the evening too :)

PLEASE NOTE: Please bring 3x medium sized tupperware containers with you to the class.

Date: Wednesday 8th November 2017
Time: Arrive at 6.45pm - 9.00pm
Cost: £39.00
Venue: Castle Farm Cafe, Midford Road, Midford, Bath, BA2 7BU
 

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