Fermentation is a simple way to make vegetables durable.
We are happy that everything worked out well on workshop-day! We had a great evening and learned a lot. So, in case you want to check them out again, here are the recipes we used.
We discovered vermins on our tomato. They hang there with their trunks and suck the plant empty.
Almond milk is an excellent alternative to cow’s milk and very easy to make yourself.
In order to celebrate our first own harvest, we prepared a small snack on Thursday.
We made it. There are now two vegetable patches standing behind the brick building next to the little beer garden.
Everyone likes to do something good for the environment or live more consciously. This can be done by supporting regional traders, buying seasonal food, or gathering and separating garbage. Or you could build your own odorless compost for the kitchen. Read here how easy that is.
We want vegetables! And we want it right in front of the door. We are going to build a raised bed behind the brick building of the University of Munich.
If you like to get your h ands on and learn something (or watch others while working) you are invited to join us.