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SEAWEED FORAGE & FEAST 2024

£75.00

Come and explore one of Cornwall’s finest beaches and discover the edible and useful seaweeds that grow in abundance around the Atlantic coast.  Includes a feast of seaweed based dishes and recipes for you to try at home.

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Description

WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR?

This course is designed for those of you who want a specific knowledge of our edible seaweeds and how to incorporate them into your diet in a delicious way. Seaweeds are commonly bought from speciality shops, usually from Asia, dried and packed in plastic. We have an untapped resource on our door step and this course aims to show you how to transform the somewhat slimey stuff on the beach into the delicacy you may have tried in a Japanese restaurant.

We will also look at including seaweeds to remineralise our bodies and nourish our skin in seaweed baths and skincare products.

COURSE OUTLINE:

A foraging trip to discover the common edible seaweeds of the British Isles.  You will learn to identify and harvest up to 15 local Cornish seaweeds.  These are seaweeds that you will find all over the UK.  After foraging we will share a seaweed based lunch of:

    • Seaweed & miso soup
    • Laver crisps (Cornish nori)
    • Seaweed focaccia
    • Mackerel pate with ponzu (a sauce made with kelp, bonito flakes, tamari soy sauce and lemon juice)
    • Seaweed salads
    • Carragheen seaweed pannacotta with seasonal fruit and shortbread

Here’s a list of common seaweeds we may find on a seaweed foraging day:  laver (Porphyra spp.), carragheen (Chondrus crispus & Gigartina stellata), Kelp/oarweed (Laminaria digitata), Dulse (Palmaria palmata), Pepper dulse (Osmundea pinnatifida), Sea spaghetti (Himanthalia elongata), Sea lettuce (Ulva lactuca), Gutweed (Ulva intestinalis), Sugar kelp (Laminaria sacharina), Alaria (Alaria esculenta), Japanese wireweed (Sargassum muticum), Serrated wrack (Fucus serratus), Bladderwrack (Fucus vesiculosus).

EXAMPLES OF RECIPES YOU WILL BE GIVEN TO TRY AT HOME:

  • Crispy laver seaweed
  • Roasted seaweed as a condiment with Cornish sea salt
  • Laver seaweed cakes with a mussel & wild garlic or fennel sauce
  • Japanese dashi broth with seaweeds
  • Chinese mixed seaweed salad
  • Pickled seaweed with soba noodles and a white miso dressing
  • Seaweed oatcakes
  • Seaweed focaccia
  • Carragheen seaweed pannacotta
  • Icecream with carragheen
  • Furikake seasoning
  • Ponzu
  • Seaweed rayu condiment
  • Pickled seaweed
  • Seaweed sauerkraut

WHAT IS INCLUDED IN THE COURSE?

Coffee/Tea on arrival in a local cafe, a 2 hour seaweed foraging and harvesting workshop, seaweed based lunch, a seaweed recipe email pack following the course.

WHAT SHOULD YOU BRING?

A bottle of water, waterproof clothing, walking shoes/boots or wellies, pen & notebook, camera, bag or basket to take home foraged seaweed.

DO YOU CATER FOR DIETARY REQUIREMENTS?

Yes, with advanced notice we can cater for all diets.

DATES:  Sunday 7th April 2024 | Wed 8th May 2024 |  Saturday 19th October 2024

DURATION:

10am – 2pm

PRICE:

£75

TUTOR:

Caroline Davey

MEET:

At the Apple Tree Cafe, Sennen (details provided once you book)

MAXIMUM NUMBER OF PEOPLE ON EACH COURSE:

20

AVAILABLE AS A PRIVATE BOOKING?

Yes (Min number: 6 Max number: 20 – Contact Caroline).

 

Additional information

Date

Sunday 7th April 2024, Wednesday 8th May 2024, Saturday 19th October 2024

Where we are

Gwenmenhir,
Boscawen-noon Farm,
St Buryan, Penzance,
Cornwall. TR19 6EH

Phone: 07767 792417

Email: info@the-fat-hen.co.uk

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