Dehydrating Workshop

30 June 2018

When the Kale Chips are down ...

Learn how using a dehydrator ensures that the natural enzymes and vitamins in your food are not destroyed - and the secret to getting your kids to eat more vegetables. Dehydrated foods are free from preservatives and chemicals, but full of flavour.

Dehydrated plant-based wholefoods retain all their nutritional goodness – after all, they have only one ingredient: the food you're drying. That makes them 100% natural, and they also retain all their minerals and fibre content. The result is preserved food that is just as good for you as when it was fresh – plus, you know exactly what it contains.

As well as being an excellent way to store extra garden produce for future use, dehydrating is also an important first step in some wonderful vegan recipes. You’ll learn all the tips and tricks you need to create vegan pizza, kale chips and savoury crackers once you’ve mastered the art of dehydrating.

Dehydrating lets you safely keep fruit and vegetables in a convenient, flexible and lightweight form – ready to be rehydrated and used in your kitchen, or packed in school lunchboxes and enjoyed in their dried form at a moment’s notice.

Dehydrated foods are healthy, packed with enzymes and will give you added energy to get through the busiest of days. Plus, your family won’t be able to believe that the home-made pizza they’re enjoying is not only vegan, but gluten-free and makes the most of the flavour of dehydrated vegetables for grab-another-slice goodness.

"The fruit of your own hard work is the sweetest" – Deepika Padukone

Includes a Leafy Greens vegan buffet lunch and 10% off in the Leafy Greens Shop (excluding equipment) on the day. For more information contact Serna on 082 579 0440 or email Payment secures your booking and space is limited so bookings are essential – please email