The events of September? Oh, there were so many, I can hardly remember them all. I was excercising a lot, and I visited an R Studio workshop, a Tableau Data Science Meetup, a performance on the phenomena as Love holds the world together by the artist Andras Laar, and many more.
One of the best things about September was attending a cooking course: Vegan Glutenfree Cake Cooking! Learn, learn, till your last day – this was my favourite teacher’s motto, and I fully agree. Cooking courses are an amazing pastime where you can attain a variety of useful knowledge. Not only that, the cakes we made were pretty and delicious, and, best of all, much less complicated to make than I anticipated.. 🙂
It was organized by Dori:
I barely have time to sit down and write a post, but loads of things are happening around me and I feel like I should record some of it. Honestly, I miss my diary.
My sister and I attended a Vegan Milk Workshop to learn how to make vegan milks, cheeses, and sweet curd (from millet). We made almond milk and rice milk, a cheese using sunflower seeds as base and cashew sour cream. The recipes were quite easy and the result was really yummy! 🙂
The glasses are layered with baking paper and they contain the cheeses. Behind them to the left is the cashew sour cream in the bowl, and to the right is the sweet curd with raisins.
As we arrived early, we had a little extra time and found a nice coffee shop, Madal Cafe. I really liked the interior and the atmosphere was quite cosy.