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EAST BAY RAW: Raw & Vegan Food & Health Message Board The Oakland Raw Food Meetup Group Discussion Forum › Dehydration Basics class this Thursday with chef Heather Haxo Phillips

Dehydration Basics class this Thursday with chef Heather Haxo Phillips

A former member
Hi Everyone!
If you missed Abeba’s class this last weekend – or even if you were there and just want to learn more about dehydration – this class is for you.

Join local raw food chef Heather Haxo Phillips in her home to learn the art of dehydration. Heather is a wealth of information and an excellent culinary teacher. I hope you can make it!

Stacy Waters
Organizer, East Bay Raw Food Meetup Group

P.S. More Meetup events are on the way. I am firming up details for the next event T.B.A. shortly
September 19, 2013 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Heather's House
address sent upon registration
$35-65 sliding scale, plus $10 supply fee to bring on day of class
Learn the ancient art of dehydration and low temperature baking. In this class you will learn about equipment and tools, dehydration methods for fruits and vegetables & uses for dehydrated foods. We will then go beyond the basics of simple dehydrating and learn fantastic recipes for leathers, chips, crackers, cookies & bruschettas. Say good-bye to gluten, additives, fillers and refined sugars and hello to foods from the garden that are packed with antioxidants, vitamins, minerals and the "good" fats, to protect you from disease all year long - even when items aren't in season. This class will focus on basics from the garden, using vegan and gluten-free ingredients.

This class is taught in partnership with the Institute for Urban Homesteading. Registration materials and matters for this class are managed by IUH.

Garlic Powder, Sundried Tomatoes, Fruit Leather, Kale Chips, Mediterranean Almond Bread, Tomato Bruschetta, Pizza Flax Cracker, Chocolate Chip Cookies

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