Workshops in 2020

Workshops in Oct-Nov
are online

For more than 10 years, I’ve been experimenting with fermentation, recipe development, running workshops and growing my own food. I found in clinic that my clients, while motivated to improve their health, often lacked knowledge about how to start incorporating new foods and recipes into their diets.

As part of working holistically, I help you learn how to use the foods I advise. So, workshops were the result! Join us and you’ll learn the practicalities of fermenting, cooking and food prep. Includes refreshments, equipment and something to take home with you. More details below.

Questions? Email me at info@eatlivelovefood.com or chat with us on social media @eatlivelovefood.

What people are saying…

Kefir & Kombucha Evening 13/3/20

★★★★★
Thx Joyce, it was a very 'gezellig', clear and interesting workshop. Beautifully connecting people, bacteria and yeasts 😉
- Friso van Overbeek

Kombucha and Kefir workshop

★★★★☆
I attended Joyce`s kombucha and kefir workshop and It was amazing! She guided us through the whole process patiently, she made us taste delicious stuff..all in a cosy and familiar atmosphere. Joyce is professional and friendly, she is really knowledgeable and I will definitely attend more of her workshops!
- gessica lucci

Great kimchi & pickles workshop

★★★★★
I attended the pickles and the kimchi (online) workshops, learned so much about fermentation and got great, tasty results. Joyce is a great teacher, lots of background knowledge about nutrition and fermentation!
- Axel

Coming up this year…

As all of our workshops for October and November will be online, you will need to be able to source your ingredients locally OR you can pick them up from us ahead of time (as described below). Choose your ticket accordingly and book in advance!

October online workshops

Bubbly Kombucha & Kefir, Saturday 31st

What you’ll get out of it (if you live locally):

  • Two jars of your starters so you’ll be drinking it soon at home
  • A booklet with recipe and instructions (this will be posted to distance attendees)
  • Understanding on the health benefits
  • Knowledge on the right tools to use
  • How to care for your kombucha and kefir as they ferment
  • How to use them in other ways or make alterations in their flavours
  • Opportunity to meet new people (we’ll do digital introductions)

November online workshops

Traditional Korean Kimchi – Saturday 14th

Join us and learn how to make Korean kimchi! We’ll get you settled in and tell you a bit about what kimchi is and why it’s useful to know how to make it. We’ll make this traditional recipe together and you’ll have a chance to try some already fermented kimchi and some other ferments we’ll have out.

What you’ll get out of it (if you live locally):

  • A jar full of kimchi to take home
  • A booklet with recipe and instructions
  • Understanding on the health benefits
  • Knowledge on the right tools to use
  • How to care for your kimchi as it ferments
  • What to use your kimchi for in cooking
  • Coffee/tea
  • A couple of hours meeting new people

December IN PERSON at distance

Sprouting Workshop & Lunch – Saturday 28th

During the winter it may feel impossible to stay healthy. You lean towards comfort foods and maybe find you’re not eating very many vegetables. Instead, join us for a break from the winter hibernation and learn how to sprout in your own kitchen, try the wide variety that we’ll have for you to taste and learn how to incorporate eating them into your regular way of eating.

What you’ll get out of it:

  • A sprouting kit to take home and start with
  • A booklet with recipes and instructions and links to resources
  • Refreshments that include a small snack…with sprouts of course!
  • Understanding of the health benefits
  • A couple of hours meeting new people and breaking the winter blues

Christmas Gift Workshop  – Saturday 12th

Have your Christmas shopping done early! In this longer workshop you’ll be making enough gifts for 10 of your friends! That’s 10 beautiful jars to take home.

We’ll be focussing on an anti-inflammatory cold prevention to keep your friends in good shape this winter and also a colourful jar of fermented vegetables. Next, we’ll put together a quick mix of layered seeds that make beautiful gifts you’ll learn to make kombucha, which will be ready to bottle just before Christmas. Lastly, we’ll get our hands dirty and mix up a batch of spicy kimchi.

What you receive:

  • Ten gift-sized jars filled with beautiful ingredients that you have made yourself, fully decorated and labelled
  • One bottle for really turning your kombucha into a beautiful gift
  • Coffee/tea/bubbly and snacks
  • A few hours listening to music, meeting new friends and being creative

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Interested in reading more about fermentation?

Kombucha – Sourdough – Dill Pickles – Sauerkraut – Ginger Beer

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Past workshops

Healthy Winter Sprouts (click here) – Saturday 25th

During the winter it may feel impossible to stay healthy. You lean towards comfort foods and maybe find you’re not eating very many vegetables. Instead, join us for a break from the winter hibernation and learn how to sprout in your own kitchen, try the wide variety that we’ll have for you to taste and learn how to incorporate eating them into your regular way of eating.

What you’ll get out of it:

  • A sprouting kit to take home and start with
  • A booklet with recipes and instructions and links to resources
  • Refreshments that include a small snack…with sprouts of course!
  • Understanding of the health benefits
  • A couple of hours meeting new people and breaking the winter blues

Traditional Korean Kimchi

Join us and learn how to make Korean kimchi! We’ll get you settled in and tell you a bit about what kimchi is and why it’s useful to know how to make it. We’ll make this traditional recipe together and you’ll have a chance to try some already fermented kimchi and some other ferments we’ll have out.

What you’ll get out of it:

  • A jar full of kimchi to take home
  • A booklet with recipe and instructions
  • Understanding on the health benefits
  • Knowledge on the right tools to use
  • How to care for your kimchi as it ferments
  • What to use your kimchi for in cooking
  • Coffee/tea
  • A couple of hours meeting new people

Bubbly Kombucha & Kefir (click here) Saturday 14th

What you’ll get out of it:

  • Two jars of your starters so you’ll be drinking it soon at home
  • A booklet with recipe and instructions
  • Understanding on the health benefits
  • Knowledge on the right tools to use
  • How to care for your kombucha and kefir as they ferment
  • How to use them in other ways or make alterations in their flavours
  • Coffee/tea
  • A couple of hours meeting new people

Sourdough Starter

Dill Pickles

Join us and learn how to make dill pickles! We’ll get you settled in and tell you a bit about what fermentation is and why it’s useful do and how dill pickles fit into this. We’ll make this traditional recipe together and you’ll have a chance to try some already fermented pickles and some other ferments we’ll have out.

What you’ll get out of it:

  • Two jars full of dill pickles
  • Understanding on the health benefits
  • Knowledge on the right tools to use
  • How to care for your pickle as it ferments
  • What to use your pickle for other than eating it out of the jar!
  • Coffee/tea
  • A couple of hours meeting new people

Ginger Lovers Special

Join us and learn how to make Ginger Beer and Japanese-style Pickled Ginger! We’ll get you settled in and tell you a bit about the benefits of ginger are and why it’s important to have in your diet. We’ll make these recipes together and you’ll have a chance to try some already fermented foods we’ll have out. Please note that Pickled Ginger contains sugar and is not ‘fermented’

What you’ll get out of it:

  • A jar each recipe to take home
  • A booklet with recipes and instructions
  • Understanding on the health benefits and importance of ginger
  • Knowledge on the right tools to use
  • How to care for your ginger beer as it ferments
  • Coffee/tea
  • A couple of hours meeting new people