Moringa Oleifera – Power Tree, Super Food
An informative workshop on the nutritional, medicinal, and social value of Moringa oleifera.
This event was presented by a diverse team of committed Moringa cultivators and cooks. Besides going home with an array of delicious new recipes, participants learned why and how to plant & propagate Moringa in their own garden (as they all took home their own Moringa plant).
We all learned about one of the most amazing trees that amends soil, strengthens landscapes, and provides some of the best nutrients for the human body.
Become a Moringa grower and change the world one tree at a time, while improving yourself, and the lives of those around you.
When & Where
10:00 – 14:00
Saturday, January 28, 2017
Jalan Raya Sayan
Sayan, Ubud, Gianyar
- Slow Food members: Rp 180,000/person
- Non-SF Members: Rp 240,000/person
- Welcome Moringa Drink & Moringa Snacks
- Moringa Workshop
- Vegetarian Buffet Lunch
- Take-home Moringa tree
- Bouquet of Moringa leaves for home cooking
- Samples of dried Moringa leaves & powder for home use
- E-booklet of Moringa Recipes.
10:00 – 10:30 Welcome Moringa Green Drinks & Snacks
10:30 – 12:00 Moringa Workshop & Prensentations
- Why Moringa?: Overview (Silvina Miguel, Evolving Pemaculurist)
- Food as Medicine (Chef Made Runatha, Moksa Plant-based Restaurant)
- All About Moringa: All Aspects of this Power Tree – Super Food (Silvina Miguel)
- How to Plant & Propagate Moringa (Steffen, Emas Hitam Indonesia team)
- Stories from Moringa Farmers in Bali (Kadek Suardika / Emas Hitam Indonesia and I Made Cakra / Tri Hita Karana)
12:00 – 13:30 Super Power Lunch
- Review of Moringa Recipes and cooking techniques of Luncheon Menu (Mary Jane Edleson)
- Sumptuous Buffet Lunch featuring a variety of Moringa recipes (from your e-booklet of Recipes)
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