Microbe Magic Wheel of Fortune

There Is Something Like A Free Lunch!

A series of four playful/artful FREE lunch time interventions on microbes and their essential role in everyday life. The hart and soul of soil fertility, drivers of biodiversity and eco system services.

How can you as private individual in your own home, garden and office make a huge difference in creating and developing healthy and alive soils and eat gourmet meals as a fringe benefit? Contribute to nature and landscape management in urban, peri-urban and rural environments using very simple techniques you can learn in half an hour. You get a take-away grow kit and a gourmet tester of the finished product during each session. Continue reading

Lunch Mini Workshop Coffee Mushrooms

pinks-06Wednesday 1 July, 12:15 till 12:45h,
HTC Community Garden Eindhoven.

Grow them at your desk. Grow them at your kitchen sink.
Contribute to the circular economy by giving your coffee grounds new life as delicious oyster mushrooms. It doesn’t stop there. The next life is to feed the spent coffee/mycelium mix to your worm farm, bokashi bucket or compost heap. Completing the circle, you can then feed the resulting nutritious compost to the plants in your garden, creating the next cycle of food for your enjoyment.

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This eternal cycle of life and enjoyment starts right here…
Demonstration and hands-on do-it-yourself. You take a way your very own grow kit with the fungus starter and first feeding of coffee grounds.
You also get a quick reference card with basic instructions and some background information.
Finally we will have a tasting of oyster mushroom delicacies.

Your guides on this culinary adventure into the circular economy are Leo Bakx of Aardwerk Academy and Paul van Rooyen of Paul’s Kitchen.

€20 pp including grow kit, quick reference card & tasting

Contact & Registration

Aardwerk Academie
EMERGENT TALENTS IN EDUTAINMENT & INNOVATION
E: info@aardwerk.org

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