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Cooking with Perennial Vegetables with Sharon Gibson

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Sat, 31 August 09:00 am - 03:00 pm Mullumbimby, NSW 12 $160.00

Introduction:

Perennial vegetables are delicious and easy to grow. They thrive in our subtropical conditions and can replace many of our more tender edibles like lettuce which struggle in our subtropical growing conditions. Learn how to incorporate perennial vegetables into your favourite recipes.

Sharon has been cooking with these rare and unusual plants for many years, gleaning recipes from around the world and creating her own delicious dishes. Learn how to process and prepare a delicious meal from the perennial garden. Gourds replace zucchini, Jicama sweet leaf replaces lettuce, sissoo replaces spinach and silver beet, yam and taro replace potatoes.

What to bring

* Pen & Paper
* Own refreshments

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Students are required to be 15 years old and above at the time of enrolment.

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Tutor Profile:

Sharon Gibson

Sharon Gibson is a Permaculture, Sustainability trainer and project coordinator with a passion for urban farming, local food projects and community gardens. She has been farming for over 2 decades and has experience in design and management of both urban and rural permaculture systems.
Deeply committed to sustainability, and is an inspirational teacher who walks her talk. Her suburban block in the town of Mullumbimby is an award winning show case in urban sustainable living. Sharon believes permaculture is not about becoming an expert but rather generalists who gather skills and knowledge from many disciplines to create integrated systems.

Right now Sharon is most passionate about experimenting with cooking with unusual plants, dwarf milking goats and food preserving