Pickling is growing in popularity in Sydney!!
Join us and learn how to make 3 kind of traditional Japanese “Tsukemono” for Spring and Summer.
Tsukemono and Zuke mean pickles.
Nuka pickles are a very popular style of pickles in Japan. They contain lots of enzymes, minerals, Vitamin B12 and other essential vitamins. We will teach you how to make nuka doko(base) from scratch.
●Bettara zuke(Daikon+Koji pickles)
Bettara Zuke is a staple food for Japanese people, made using daikon(white radish). Slightly sweet and rich flavour. Traditionally, using sugar to make sweet and rich flavour but we are not using sugar. We will use Ama-KOJI to make a quick and easy Bettara Zuke.
●Cucumber tamari zuke (pickles)
Cucumber tamari pickles are a popular all places in Japan. You may saw TV commercial “Q chan”. We are going to make similar one without any artificial additive.
Tofu marinated with Japanese probiotic condiment SHiO-KOJI. It is amazingly delicious!!
●Pickles lunch plate
We will use the pickles, tofu feta and other toppings to create a delicious personalised lunch plate of goodness. Top it all off with crunchy tamari seeds and special tahini dressing!
●Seasonal miso soup
Making miso soup with seasonal vegetable and homemade miso.
*You will take some Cucumber tamari zuke home with you. *Containers for the Cucumber tamari zuke will be provided.
-Dates: Sunday 13th October
-Time: 11:00am-14:00 (incl. sit down lunch)
-Venue: Soramame Kitchen, 7-8 mins walk from Bondi Junction Station.
-Fee: $120pp (incl. ingredients and equipment, recipes, a sit down meal and healing tea)
*If you apply with your friends or purchase other cooking classes at same time, this class fee will be $110pp.
-Class size: 2-6 people -Bring your own apron
*If you have any food allergies or dietary requirements, please let us know when you are booking. *This is a hands on cooking class, so we ask that you remove any hand jewellery and may ask you to wear gloves if you have nail art.
*We will advise you of the exact address once your booking has been confirmed.
*You can also purchase soramame’s koji products on the day.
Participant special :1 for $8 or 2 for $15