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The Art of Fermentation: Brewing Your Own Kombucha by Chef Benjamin Kirk | 27 June 2019 (Thur) | 2 pm – 4 pm
Regular Price: $120.00
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Date: Thursday, 27 Jun 2019
Time: 2 PM - 4 PM
Type of Class: Hands-on class (pair or group work may be involved)
Class Capacity: 12 pax
Venue: Aperia Mall, #02/02. 12 Kallang Avenue, Singapore 339511endif; ?>
Kombucha has been called the “ancient fermented tea beverage” that is full of probiotics, antioxidants, B vitamins and much more. It is basically a fermented sweet tea that usually undergoes double fermentation to get that bubbly delicious product.
Join us to understand the processes of SCOBY fermentation, secondary fermentation, equipment used, and good practices to make your own Kombucha at home!
This is a cooking demonstration class and does not feature hands-on preparation of the featured recipes by participants.
This is a hands-on class; pair or group work may be involved.
Menu items may contain or come into contact with wheat, eggs, nuts, milk, and other allergens. Please leave us a message if you require more information. Recipes do not contain pork, lard, or pork or lard elements.
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All classes will be conducted at M Studio located at #02-02/03 Aperia Mall, 12 Kallang Avenue, Singapore 339511. Sign-up closes 2 days before the scheduled class.
At an early age, Ben took a strong interest in the culinary world, in both its artful form as well as technical intricacy. This curiosity ended up with unusual experiments and unconventional meals in his own kitchen.
He started out his career teaching outdoor education, after graduating with a degree in Life Sciences at the National University of Singapore. But in 2014, he decided to quit his job and began his culinary training at At-sunrice Global Chef Academy.
Through various internship opportunities, he gained a wide spread of knowledge from working in the kitchens of Sentosa Golf Club, Swissotel Cafe Swiss, Fairmont Prego as well as fine dining restaurants Mikuni and JAAN.
In 2015, he began thinking about the synergy between food and education and started The Carbon Chef. The private dining arm provides customers with a unique dining experience in their own homes, where there is an interaction between the guests, the food, and the chef.
The Cookery Course arm aims at educating young learners on the Science of cooking, how Science can be seen in the food we eat, and how it plays a part in our everyday lives.