Learn how to harvest and preserve the abundant wild ingredients in your own backyard in a sustainable way with pioneering forager and wild food researcher of 40 years Peter Hardwick.
With the ever increasingly popularity in wild and native foods such as lemon myrtle, riberries, warrigal greens and aniseed myrtle and the important social movement to limit food waste there is no better time to learn about the abundant and overlooked food-source in your neighbourhood.
Peter’s extensive experience in foraging and the cultivation of wild foods has enabled him to play a pivotal role in the modern native food movement. He currently works with chefs and restaurants such as Harvest Newrybar, assisting them to champion a broader range of wild ingredients on their menus.
Join Peter for this unique 40 minute foraging walk along the creek and around Bangalow, leaving from the Sample Food Festival at the Bangalow Showground, followed by a 30 minute masterclass on fermentation, making wild kombucha vinegars and pickling wild ingredients.
Class sizes are very limited so make sure you book in early for this fascinating masterclass looking into the secretive world of foraging and native ingredients on your doorstep.
DATE: Saturday 7th September 2019
LOCATION: meet behind the Botero Coffee Marquee at Sample Food Festival, Bangalow Showgrounds
PRICE: $40+bf per person