GrAiNZ 2023 tickets on sale now

GrAiNZ, a collective of grain growers and users, is back for 2023. It announced on social media yesterday that tickets are now available for its 2023 event. This year’s GrAiNZ gathering will take place across April 30–May 2, commencing on April 30 with an informal dinner and moving to the scheduled talks, panel discussions, demonstrations and workshops that will take place during the following two days.

The event will be hosted by Ket Baker, a popular artisan Belgian bakery on the Bellarine Peninsula, and The Gordon Institute of TAFE in Geelong.

Various levels of tickets are available for purchase, with event-goers able to pick and choose which of the events they wish to attend or to decide to buy an open ticket for the whole event.

Day 1 begins with a croissant dough workshop at Ket Baker and then moves onto a series of talks and demonstrations at The Gordon Institute, including a keynote speech by Matthew Evans from Fat Pig Farm.

Day 2 kicks off its formalities with a commemoration of John Reid, one of the founding members of GrAiNZ who sadly lost his battle with cancer. This is followed by the announcement of the John Reid Fellowship.

Some of the speakers attendees will be able to see across both days include Tammi Jonas, Topher Boehm, Chris Stafferton, Gabriel Gate, Matt Preston, Jo Barrett, and more. The topics covered will include nixtamalisation, Indigenous grains, big food and big waste, and others; while the workshops will cover topics ranging from sourdough pizza and shaping baguettes to Swedish buns and dough lamination. More information on the different events and speakers is available on the GrAiNZ event website.

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