Posted in From the Founder, tagged bali, balinese coconut oil, coconut flour, coconut oil bali, indonesia, jiwa damai, organic dried fruit, organic farm, organic garden ubud, organic market ubud, organic vegetables, permaculture bali, retreat center, ubud, ubud organic market on December 25, 2012|
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On sunday mornings, we now have a small table at a local market in Ubud, where we are selling our organic products.
At this market we sell fresh vegetables from our organic garden like lettuce and peppers.
We also produce dried fruit at Jiwa Damai, with our special raw food drying oven.
Furthermore we sell our own hand-made coconut oil and coconut flour.
We just recently got certified for our organic products.
Jiwa Damai Organic Certificate
If you happen to be in Ubud on a sunday morning, check out the Jiwa Damai table at the organic market!
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Posted in Guests, tagged bali, bali cooking class, cooking class, health food, indonesia, indonesia permaculture, jiwa damai, organic cooking, organic food bali, organic garden, permaculture, permaculture asia, permaculture bali, retreat, retreat center Bali on December 8, 2012|
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One of the activities we offer to our guests is taking part in a cooking class with our Balinese cook.
From our Balinese cook you will learn about local dishes and ingredients, pick vegetables in our garden and learn how to prepare the dish. We mostly use fresh organic veggies from our permaculture garden.
This is the recipe for our chicken dish.
You’ll need the following ingredients:
Chicken, onion, garlic, ginger, chilli, lemon grass, salt, pepper and oil.
These ingredients are all mixed together and ground. The chicken is plugged into very small pieces, only the white meat is used. The tiny chicken pieces are tossed into the uncooked herbal mixture and well mixed. Its taste is utterly delicious.
The chicken is served with rice and veggies.
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