1 -DAY SUPERFOOD
Join us for this all-day delicious & nutritious workshop
Discover the incrEDIBLE tropical super foods that can be grown in your garden. Together, we will prepare some sensational recipes and feast on this nutrient-rich, homegrown produce, whilst exploring the true essence of what 'superfoods' are and how they can be grown with a permaculture approach. The shared morning tea, lunch and early evening meals, will tantalize your taste buds. Please note that seats are limited to just 12 people per workshop, so bookings are essential!
From garden to plate, the focus is on homegrown nutrition, herbal medicine & energy efficient gardening.
Theory will be presented, with practical ‘hands on’ sessions in both the garden and kitchen to collectively crEate delicious meals.
This full day workshop is onsite an abundant and ever evolving permaculture property. It showcases the super foods growing (fruit, nut, vegetable, herbs) with examples of regenerative design strategies and permaculture in action.
This workshop focuses on 'super greens' with detailed information provided in the 'IncrEDIBLE edible, Tropical Superfood Guide" which is provided to all participants as a take home resource.
You will learn about the permaculture design principles and gain skills in observing landscape energies, documenting points of interest to do a site analysis on your own garden. This is an opportunity to begin designing your own abundant edible oasis to grow the incredible edible super foods. So bring your harvest basket to grab some cuttings on your way out!Register Your Interest Here
Includes all meals, and a free copy of the 'IncrEDIBLE edibles, Tropical Superfood Guide'
Illustrated with nutritional and medicinal edibility, recipes and growing information.
Click on the book image to find out more.
Tonielle, aka Toddi, has been teaching Permaculture for over a decade & is an experienced grower, designer, facilitator, kitchen witch, community connector & coach.
She lives in her little off-grid house with her partner EartheArtisan, their 2 daughters, Kelpie & 16 chickens. She is the author of the Incredible Edibles Tropical Superfoods Guide & is passionate about helping people to Thrive & is known to be a little bit plant crazy, in a good way.
Blake, aka Eartheartisan, has been studying, practising & teaching permaculture throughout Australia & internationally over the past decade. His passion is design & all aspects of regenerative land practices including broad acre regenerative farming, biodynamics, syntropics, market gardening, bio-intensive & nutrient-dense gardening.
He provides professional landscape designs, estimates and DIY manuals so people have the blueprint, along with the confidence to create their own beautiful, edible landscapes.
Permaculture is an art & science. It is a lifestyle choice full of creativity & nature connection that transforms our environment into abundant, harmonious landscapes...by design.
This one day workshop is an excellent introduction to learn about the plants that grow well in the tropics, all year round + how to eat them with new culinary feasting.I am keen!
The IncrEDIBLE Edibles Workshop Menu & Schedule (example from last event)
This may change depending on season!
Arrival 9am Start
Turmeric Tea with Fresh Coconut ‘Golden’ Milk
What is a superfood? > Incredible Edible Guide! > What is Permaculture? >
Super Food from a Permaculture Perspective with Living Landscapes Card Set
Mid Morning Snack & Iced Teas Refreshers
Elderflower and Kaffir Lime Leaf Cordial
Gramichama berries and Aloe Vera Iced Tea
Spiced Gotu Kola Kenda (traditional Sri Lankan breakfast dish)
Food Forests > List 1 of the Incredible Edibles Mandala Activity > Garden Tour >
Quick break and Iced Tea refresher > Coconut Cream, Milk and Grating Demonstration > Cooking session
Super Green Pesto and dehydrated Herb and Tomato Flaxseed Crackers
Macadamia Mango Coconut Cake
Lemon Grass and Mint Herbal Tea
List 2 Incredible Edibles Mandala Activity > Quick break and Iced Tea refresher > Cooking Session “Celebrity Chef”
Green Papaya Salad
Brazilian Spinach with Ginger Vinegar
Cassava, QLD Arrowroot & Sweet Potato Sop Sop
Spicy Green Rice with Aibika Leaves to Wrap
Stir-fried Kangkong, Comfrey & Celery Taro with Galangal, Ginger & Sesame
Garden Salad with Pigeon Pea & Sunflower Sprouts with Tarragon Dressing
Coconut Sambola w Rungi, Kaffir Lime & Vietnamese Mint
Sauerkraut with Gotu kola and Plaintain
Sweet Chilli Jam
Jamu Kombucha & Passionfruit Kefir
List 3 Incredible Edibles Mandala Activity > Why Grow Your Own? > Native “Bush Tucker” Superfoods >
Insight into Permaculture Strategies and Techniques > Designing Your Edible Landscape Step by Step Process > Start your Dreaming - what to include in your edible landscape >