For information on events and scheduling, contact Ahuva through the Contact form on this website or by email at homegrownkosher@gmail.com

Some of the most popular are:

  • The Magic of Fermentation: From Age-Old Traditions to Mouthwatering Delights
  • From Seeds to Sprouts: Grow Your Own Salad, No Garden Required
  • Introduction to Sous Vide Cooking

For information on other talks, workshops and demonstrations available, or to schedule, contact Ahuva at homegrownkosher@gmail.com

In Person Consultations are generally offered only in the Greater Monsey Area. To Schedule one outside of this area email homegrownkosher@gmail.com or through the contact form on this website

For an In Person consultation Ahuva will come to your home and discuss your garden planning with you in person. Any needed measurements will be taken and she will discuss garden placement with you.

A virtual consultation requires more work on your part determining garden placement and taking any needed measurements.

The customized garden plan and planting instructions you will receive will be the same for both virtual and in person consultations.

In addition, both virtual and in person consultations include gardening support by text or WhatsApp for the entire gardening season

The Guide to a Secure Garden Fence Ebook is a comprehensive guide to building a secure fence to keep your garden safe from predators like rabbits, deer, and groundhogs.

It is available as a digital download only.

Included with the guide is 90 days of technical support by email for any questions that come up along the way as you build your garden fence

The Homegrown Kosher Bakery no longer regularly offers loaves for the public

Bakery and Sourdough Starter Consultations are available

Contact us for more information

To freeze bread, we recommend slicing, freezing in a Ziploc freezer bag, and removing slices as needed.

To freeze an entire loaf wrap well in at least three layers of plastic wrap,  place it in a Ziploc freezer bag and freeze. To defrost, let defrost at room temperature for at least 4 hours while still in plastic wrapping.

Loaves are sold by weight and are about 1 1/2 lbs each 

One loaf serves an average of 6 adults but that doesn't count if someone (ahem) eats half the loaf!