UNLOCKING BALINESE CULINARY ADVENTUREreal food by real farmer in the real village community
We strongly stick to one of the oldest concept of Tri Hita Karana Philosophy (“three causes of well-being” or “three reasons for prosperity.” good sources here). It’s a traditional philosophy for life on the island of Bali, It’s Balinese spiritualism and beliefs, which promotes harmony among fellow human beings through communal cooperation and promoting compassion; harmony towards God, manifested in numerous rituals and offerings to appease deities; and harmony with their environment, which strife to conserve the nature and promote the sustainability and balance of the environment.
OUR ORGANIC FARM
As part of our cooking school, we proudly cultivate our own exotic organic vegetation. Upon arrival, you will be given a tour around our organic farm and learn how a Balinese family expertly uses the natural resources surrounding them to create a self-sustaining farm. Most of the farmers in the village of Bali using permaculture method. This farming system has been pass on generation to generation where most of the produce is use for own family consumtion. On our farm we are linking tourism with sustainable living and eco educational way. What we grow on our farm? see theme here
OUR VILLAGE COMMUNITY
The Agrowisata Pemulan Bali was established on 2012 and start to operated early on 2013. We are local Community-based agriculture with strong vision of future farming, culinary creativity and hospitality skill. We would like to create jobs and opportunities, developing small business entrepreneurships and keeping precious rupiah in the community. We work with local organic farmers surround our area to make our network even stronger and wider.
OUR TRADITIONAL RECIPES
What makes Balinese cuisine so different? Learn step by step how make “Bumbu Bali” Balinese spice paste that use on most of Balinese food. How to (simple and effective) make great combination spice paste made from fragrant seeds (including; white pepper, black pepper, coriander, cumin, clove, nutmeg, sesame seed, and candlenut), fragrant roots:(including; shallots, garlic, greater galangal, lesser galangal, turmeric, ginger), palm sugar, fish paste, etc. We have list of traditional food recipe book ready to to be cooking once you get back home. Some picture gallery here
OUR LOCAL STAFF
We love more people involve on our project! All of our staff is from local village who have multiple background skills, including farming, artist, hospitality and chef. We are proud to be a part of this community and would welcome you warmly to be a part of this local economy growth.