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hHusbandry Skills
Eat your flower beds (one day course)

Course Dates:
Saturday 29th August 2015

Time: 10am to 4pm

Price: £60 per person

A delicious lunch is provided from produce grown at The Husbandry School. Materials are also provided and you will have plenty of learning materials to take home and use to your advantage.

Growing, using and cooking edible flowers.

Edible flowers have been used for centuries to flavour salads and various dishes as well as for their medicinal properties. Recently there has been a lot of interest in restoring these edible delights back into the kitchen. Learn about some long forgotten flowers and be amazed at what you can eat from your own garden and the beauty and flavour they can bring to your meals.

Spend the day in the garden and kitchen:

• Identifying and choosing edible flowers
• Learn about what to grow and how to grow it
• Harvesting and storing the crop
• Using edible flowers in salads and combining tastes and flavours
• Cooking flowers in the kitchen
• Making flower preserves, flower oils and petal sugars.

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Eat your Flower Bed (one day course)

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