Perfect for everything from artisan sourdough loaves, pasta, muffins and biscuits.
Head diameter: 8cm
Wire thickness: 3mm
Attractive wooden handle and stainless steel tip to hold the blade. Also includes a wee leather pouch to protect the blade and your fingers during storage.
One side of a blade can be used for about 50 cuts, so one blade is for around 100 loaves of bread (5 blades in a box lasting you a very, very long time).
Fresh horseradish root grated in certified organic apple cider vinegar.
Nothing else. No additives, no flavours, no fillers.
Organic horseradish root from KoruKai Herb Farm, Banks Peninsula, New Zealand. Certified organic apple cider vinegar from Good Health Organisation.
Pack with 10 stainless steel razor blades for a lame.
Both sides can be used for cutting, so simply turn them round.
Dried elecampane root pieces ready for processing into a cough syrup, a tincture, glycetract, decoction and ultimately your own medicine and health product.
Elecampane (inula helenium) clears dense, sticky mucus from the bronchial system. It is warming to the system and relieves coughing and asthma. High in inulin it is also a prebiotic for your gut flora.
50g in a biodegradable, compostable pouch.
Cavolo Nero Kale (Brassica oleracea var. palmifolia) seeds. Heirloom seeds organically grown at KoruKai Herb Farm.
Cavolo Nero is a variety of kale with a long tradition in Italian cuisine, especially that of Tuscany. It is also known as Tuscan kale, Italian kale, dinosaur kale, kale, flat back kale, palm tree kale, or black Tuscan palm.
This is our favourite kale and we have selected seeds from strong, healthy plants that do well in our New Zealand climate. We sow them in spring and end of summer and sometimes harvest from the same plant for over 12 months. That's generous, right?
Approximately 200 seeds per pack.
This is our family favourite and we have grown them for over 10 years now.
It is a beautiful sweet capsicum, full of flavour and very versatile.
Our kids love it raw. We also have it in salads, stir fried, in a curry, or pasta sauce, stuffed, roasted and fermented. You can also dry it and make your own paprika powder with them.
Learn how to make artisan sourdough bread successfully at home.
Date: 1st August 2021
Time: 10am - 2:30pm
We started our sourdough bread baking journey 13 years ago and now bake a large variety of breads and sweet treats for our family and friends.
You will walk away with a recipe booklet and a free sourdough starter.
This bush tomato is fantastic. No need to stake, no need to pinch out laterals. Very easy care and a prolific fruiter. Produces an abundance of fresh tomatoes for salads and cooking.
Mullein (verbascum thapsus) is an upright biannual herb growing a rosette in its first year and a flower spike up to 2 metres tall in the second year of its lifecycle.
In our moderate New Zealand climate they often grow a rosette in spring followed by the flower spike in late summer or even autumn. Seeds germinating in autumn may grow the flower spike in early summer after the winter period.
200 seeds per pack.
Calendula (calendula officinalis) seeds.
Striking orange calendula from our KoruKai Herb Farm collection.
We have bred these over the years and selected for very orange and large flower heads. They make a gorgeous medicinal oil.
Helianthus tuberosus. Commonly called Jerusalem artichoke, sunchoke or sunroot. It is a type of sunflower.
Organic Jerusalem artichokes grown at KoruKai Herb Farm, Banks Peninsula. Free from synthetic fertiliser, pesticides and herbicides.
Order is for 3 tubers.
Growing instructions can be found here.
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You will be able to sign up in September 2021. We will have early bird specials.
The class will run in February and March 2022, so you can set up your own system and make compost in autumn.
This amazing class brings together what we have learnt, observed and experienced over the last 10 years of making compost, both on small and medium scale. Compost brings back vitality, regenerates the soil, inoculated your gardens and farms with microbiology so your plants can thrive. With high quality compost we grow plants that are nutrient dense and resistant to pest and diseases.