Fermentation Masterclass with Angelica Ashcroft from Strictly Roots Vegan
In this professional level hands-on masterclass you will learn the importance of good gut health, the benefits of including fermented foods in our diet and how to implement it on a daily basis.
You will learn about ancient fermentation practices that are still in use today and create, and take home, an array of probiotic-rich drinks, pickles and treats to share with your friends and family.
*Intro to gut health and benefits of fermented foods
*Tasting and discussion on miso, tempeh and tofu
*Red Cabbage and Juniper Sauerkraut
*Japanese Pickled Mooli
*Pineapple and Chilli Salsa
*Carrot and Cardamom Chutney
You will leave with recipes and your goodies to take home with you so please do bring tupaware, preferably jars.
We are using The London Cooking Project, Battersea as our kitchen site for this course. It is a quick bus journey from Sloane Square which is on the Circle and District line. The closest overland stations are Battersea Park and Imperial Wharf. There are regular buses that stop a few minutes walk from the school - 49, 170, 319, 345. There is on-street parking in front of the venue and in the local area which is free on evenings (after 5pm) and all day at the weekend. However, we encourage you to take public transport wherever possible. As mentioned above the school is well serviced by public transport.
All of the recipes in this class are gluten free. Please notify us of any allergies before making your booking.
Date: Saturday 3rd August 2019
Time: 10am - 4pm
Location: 1 Ethelburga Street, London, SW11 4AG.
Price: £195 (£175 for our current/previous students)
What should you bring to this class?
We ask you to wear clothing that is safe, hygienic and clean but that does not have to be a chef’s uniform. Safe and hygienic kitchen clothing is - trousers that are full length and not tight fitting, a top that has sleeves and shoes that cover the whole foot and are non-slip. Long hair must be tied back.
TUPPERWARE - We operate a policy of limiting waste as much as is practicable. With that in mind, we ask that the food you create in class is taken home with you, if not eaten in class.
REUSABLE WATER BOTTLE - We ask that students bring a reusable water bottle which you can refill in the kitchen.
NOTEBOOK AND PENS
What happens if you are unable to attend the course?
All fees for our short courses/classes are paid, in full, when booking the course. If you wish to cancel your place on the course 3 weeks before the start date we will refund your fee minus a 10% administration charge.
For a cancellation within the 3 weeks prior to the start date you will forfeit all fees. If we have a wait list we will resell your place on the course and refund all fees, minus a 10% administration charge, to you.
We recommend that you take out an insurance policy for this course which would cover your costs in the event of you being unable to attend the course. For may reasons of non-attendance (sickness, travel disruption, family illness) travel insurance will cover you. Click here to be redirected to one insurance provider that can give you this type of cover.