We’re teaming up with The Pod Project for this free talk. Join to learn how to grow your own salad leaves and then use them to make some delicious Vietnamese dishes.
Growing your own food has so many benefits, even if it is just a few salad leaves or some pots of herbs on a windowsill. It brings you closer to nature and the seasonality of food. It is immensely satisfying to plant a seed, nurture it and end up with something delicious to eat. And, by growing your own, even just a few plants, you are cutting down on food miles and you have a better understanding of where your food comes from and how it is produced.
Join us on Wednesday 24 June at 8pm to hear how we grow our lettuces and other salad leaves in our no-dig kitchen garden in Saintfield and, learn how you too can grow your own pesticide-free seasonal salad and have a supply almost the whole year. We will also be showing you how you can use those gorgeous salad leaves to make Vietnamese Summer Rolls and a fresh and zingy Vietnamese Noodle Salad.
Here are the details:
The tech: The event will be hosted on Zoom, so it may be worth downloading the app in advance on your phone, laptop or other device for ease.
The date & time: Wednesday 24 June 2020, 8.00 – 9.30pm
The place: Online (so your place & ours)
The cost: Free, but please register in advance so The Pod Project can send you the link to attend. Click here to register.
The Pod Project is a grassroots volunteer led, community project started in a response to a growing need on a personal level to do something to feel empowered rather than hopeless in the face of the climate emergency. The Pod Project is a centre for wellbeing, sustainability and learning. We provide space for people to learn new skills, to make friends, to come together to work on projects that provide alternative ways of living and to nurture wellbeing.
We work with a huge range of experienced tutors all passionate about their subjects to deliver events, workshops and information evenings from practical sustainability weekends, to a range of yoga classes including seated yoga, meditation, women’s woodworking, natural beekeeping, foraging, permaculture, food forests, organic gardening, food preservation, baking and soap making demonstrations, arts and crafts, including the ever popular willow weaving as well as music and celebrations.