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Make your own Bread and Cheese

by | Jun 27, 2022 | Make your own food

Learning how to make your own food can be beneficial on many levels.

  1. You save money on quality foods
  2. You learn new skills
  3. You know what you are eating
  4. It is better for your health and wellbeing

Award Winning & Accredited Permaculture Teacher Elisabeth Fekonia, is a passionate teacher and loves sharing her knowledge. Her business, Permaculture RealFood is about teaching home food production. Workshops and courses range from learning basic organic gardening skills, growing and cooking with tropical vegetables, and making your own cheese, sourdough, and other fermented foods.

Workshops available include:

  • Cheese, Sourdough & Fermented Foods
  • Vegan Cheese & Cultured Non-Dairy

      “After a decade of learning the skills of self-reliance in growing and producing our own food, I felt that it was imperative to pass my skills on to others so that they too might do the same.” 

      “It has been an exciting journey of discovering the lost art of home cheese making, sourdough bread and making wine made from surplus fruit. I learnt that fermenting food such as in sourdough and cheese making has many health advantages and it’s also about reviving forgotten skills from the past.”

      “Global crisis or not, self-sufficiency is my drive, I wouldn’t live anywhere else but in the country. I love the life of growing and producing our own food. The workshops, seminars and organic gardening courses are a result of all the things I have learnt over the years, and they help teach people to grow and produce their own food.”

      Elizabeth also sells books from the website, titles include:

      • Ferment your way to good health
      • Ferment your way to good health (Vegan Edition)
      • Permaculture Organic Farming

      Sign up for one of Elizabeth’s workshops at the Off Grid Expo in September 2022.