Workshop: Deciphering Jamu at Hatch
Date: 7 August 2018, Tuesday
Time: 12:00pm - 1:30pm
Price: $30 per pax (Usual price $35)
In conjunction with Deciphering Food: You are what you eat exhibition, join us for a lunchtime treat and learn how Jamu is made in this one of a kind culinary workshop by our specialist, Ms Ajuntha Anwari.
Create a meal using traditional herbs and spices easily found in Singapore which are often used as household remedies in Indonesia. Get a hands-on experience at how the Indonesian traditional medicine of Jamu is made through a fun and informative workshop with our instructor.
The workshop will be held on August 7th, 12:00pm at Hatch Art Project at Asia Square Tower 1. Seats are limited to 25 pax. First come first serve. Book your seats now.
Deciphering Jamu Menu:
Jamu tea tonic
Rice salad, Nasi Ulam
At this workshop you will experience the taste and texture of Jamu in a special tonic and a local Malay herbal salad called ‘ nasi ulam’.
Flow of workshop
1. History and philosophy of Jamu.
2. Experience the fresh and dried herbs and plants
3.Demonstration of a tea tonic and the rice salad, nasi ulam.
4. Participant activity – making nasi ulam and coconut chutney.
5. Resource list – Jamu pharmacy and local markets in Singapore and recipe of nasi ulam and coconut chutney.
Address: Asia Square Tower 1, 8 Marina View,
#01-02 Singapore 018960
Tel: +65 62444 086
About the instructor
Ajuntha Anwari has been working with plants for the past 35 years as garden designer, plant medicine therapist, plant-based culinary cook, speaker, trainer and workshop facilitator. She is the founder of Medicine Woman Asia whose mission is to empower all women to become medicine women and awaken healing in the world.
Ajuntha is a trained horticulturist, massage therapist and holds certifications in plant-based nutrition and specialist health promotions consultation.