Discover the flavors of Japan with Komomayu , she will teach us how to make WARABI mochi, a traditional Japanese dessert.
WARABI Mochi is a Japanese sweet that is made with WARABI flour, sugar and water, it has a simple appearance and a soft sweetness, with a soft and elastic texture but less than normal mochi.
During this class you will learn how to make the warabi mochi and you will be able to taste it at the end of the class.
The workshop lasts 1.30 hours and you will take a gift kit of ingredients, the recipe and a plate from Working in the redwoods to be able to enjoy this Japanese dessert at home.
Don’t miss this special workshop
20th of November from 16 to 17.30h
11th of December from 16 to 17.30h
Cost > 36,00 Euros Per person. (Note: In case you cannot attend the workshop, your place will be reserved for the next edition if you notifying it a minimum 1 week before the course, expires in 5 months. There are no refunds once you purchase the warabi mochi workshop)
Number of participants > There will be a maximum of 10 people attending this class, this will comply with the government’s current social distancing measures. You will be required to wear a mask for the duration of entering the studio.
Skill / Safety > No previous craft or art experience necessary. Every step in the process is safe and demonstrated beforehand. All materials and processes used in the workshop are safe, the materials do not contain lead, We use mineral and vegetable pigments.
All classes will take place in the RedWoods’s Ceramic Studio at C/ Lluís el Piados 4, 08003 Barcelona, Spain
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