Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th September
She will launch RAWNCHY!, her new and pioneering range of organic raw and vegan desserts.
Gluten free, dairy free and processed sugar free, the desserts include raw organic raspberry and Sicilian lemon cheesecake, raw 'chocolate' mousse and raw 'chocolate' truffles flavoured with coconut, Goji berry, raspberry, orange, lemon, rose, nut or pink Himalayan sea salt.
Bottle of Ginger will be one of nine social enterprises receiving free stand space at Let’s Eat Glasgow! to raise awareness of their project and sell their produce to a wider, commercial market so aiding their sustainability.
The Bridgeton-based social enterprise will also launch a new product at the event – a thirst-quenching bottle of fizz.
Let’s Eat Glasgow! is no ordinary food festival and this is no ordinary ‘bottle of ginger’. Foraged, micro-farmed and made with only natural, organic and Fairtrade ingredients, Bottle of Ginger will be hand manufactured in small batches in the East End of Glasgow.
Profits from sales of the new drink will go towards funding sister social enterprise, The East Ate, which runs projects to change the way people eat, grow and think about food in Bridgeton and surrounding areas.
In addition to the cooking demonstrations and pop-up market, the 15 restaurants will take visitors on a gastronomic world tour with 43 dishes reflecting delicious cuisine from Scotland, Europe, Asia and the Orient, priced from just £5.00. Advance purchase of restaurant food vouchers highly recommended. www.letseatglasgow.co.uk
Other attractions include a small farmyard, live music, an observation beehive, insect display by the University of Glasgow and interactive Taste Adventure for children aged 4 – 12 years.