What’s it all about?
Have you ever considered making your own nut milk but thought it would be too hard? Well, it isn’t that hard at all!
Yes it’s totally one of these buzz things (almond latte anyone?), but it’s also a great soy and dairy alternative for ethical and environmental reasons. If you’re not into politics, it’s also just fun to make your own food and experiment with all the things you can do with it.
What will we cover?
In this class we will learn:
- How to make nut milk, from soaking to straining
- Different ‘varieties’ and ways to flavour your milks
- What to do with all the nutty leftovers from the milking process
- Why it’s an excellent thing to do
You’ll also get to try different nut milks. BYO small jar to take some home!
Who will be teaching?
Monique is a self described ‘generalist’ and budding ‘permaculturalist’ who works 2.5 different jobs and also loves to try to save the world, one ‘heirloom’ skill at a time. Passionate about ‘doing it yourself’, reducing waste and dependency on ‘the system’, trying to connect with long forgotten crafts and the earth itself, she often finds herself elbow-deep in either compost, soil, homemade baked goods, preserves or ferments.