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Making dairy-free nut milks and ice cream

Location: Room 22: Upstairs, Meadowbrook Community Center
Time: 10:00 - 11:00, 2019-02-09
Maximum attendance: Unlimited

Minimum age: (None specified)

Description:
Demonstration on how to make dairy free nut milks and dairy free ice cream.This class will leave you with the confidence and understanding necessary for creating your own plant based milks and ice creams at home. Overview: Types of nuts (and non-nuts) that can be milked Dairy free milk tasting from a handful of pre-made milks Live nut milking demonstration Nut milking bag discussion Natural sweetener discussion Live ice cream making demonstration Discussion about logistics of different types of ice cream making units Ice cream tasting

Instructor: Cameron Jacobson
Cameron Jacobson has belonged to the Seattle area since 2006. Cameron is a software developer by day and an animal rights activist by night. Inspired by the burgeoning trend in dairy-free ice creams and with the aide of comrade Jeff Rogers, in late 2018 Cameron started down the path of creating micro-batch ice creams from nut milks at home. Stay a while and listen as the world of nut milks and ice creams opens to you (and if all goes according to plan - your mouth to it). This class will leave you with the confidence and understanding necessary for creating your own plant based milks and ice creams at home.