Rene Archner
  • Male
  • Warkworth, New Zealand
  • New Zealand

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  • rani
  • Millie McPherson
  • Nicky
  • Pam Rutherford
  • Andrea Brower
  • Caroline Marshall

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I am a...
I can offer
Lead a workshop, Preserving
Food Growing Skill Level
Experience and Qualifications
Permaculture Experience, Lots of years in the garden
I am interested in...
Buying Local Food, Preserving, Helping Others
Tell us about your garden and what you're growing
Kale, parsley, beetroot+++
I'm teaching food prep workshops and classes: fermented foods, raw foods, Weston A Price type nutrition. Passionate about getting traditional foods back into our families.
Making kombucha, water kefir, yoghurt, raw milk kefir, sourdough bread +++ on a regular basis. I am selling these products and can offer cultures.

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Organic/spray-free and free-range food waste

Ever wondered where to go for a nutrient-dense meal without compromise on ingredients in Auckland?

That wondering will be over from early June 2013. A new Breakfast Deli/Lunch-/Tapas- and Oyster Bar will open at the Wynyard Quarters on Halsey Street. We will have an organic juice bar, organic coffee, a whole free-range/organic/spray-free lunch and deli…


Posted on March 20, 2013 at 10:39pm

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At 7:00pm on October 27, 2013, Nicky said…

Hi Rene,

Hope you are well. How's the new bar going?

I'm desperately trying to source white cacao for a recipe and can't think of anyone  who might have a clue except you.  I hear it does exist but can not find a source here.  I see it's in a 'Little Birds' recipe but as I say can't actually find it on its own. Any help would be great.

I keep trying to save for one of your raw courses (if you're still doing them) but unfortunately just when I think I'm getting somewhere the car needs a WOF or the fridge breaks down etc etc etc.  One day it will happen I'm sure.



At 2:16pm on March 24, 2013, Pam Rutherford said…

Hi Rene 

Nice to meet you.  Thanks for the feedback, Drury would be the closest for me could I please bother you for the details, thanks so much.  

At 8:34am on August 24, 2012, gabriella said…

yes, hollow bricks. I ended up having to go to Placemakers to purchase three of hollow bricks for $3 a piece.  for the base a recycled U mudbrick at the base. (You can shape that with bricks)  bricks placed  on recycled u beam steel.. easy, and wonderful to have this addition in the garden.  If you google Rocket Stove, then go to videos there are a few good examples.  enjoy


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