The new food technology rotation class made the popular anti-cranky spread – high in B vitamins (hence the name). After making one batch of the recipe and jarring their end product (the hardest part of the whole process being keeping the neck of the jar clean while filling) we challenged the class to make a second batch without guidance. All pairs rose to the challenge and made an excellent second batch, no burnt garlic in sight, and clean workspaces. Ka pai team.
The food extension class decided to pool their cooking and digital talents and create a “How to Make Almond Milk at Home” YouTube clip. What a lot of fun! Different students took turns at shooting, acting, styling and directing while other students found suitable sound tracks and came up with the copy. Watch this space – for our soon-to-be released clip! Very exciting, and a high quality outcome, great work team.