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Sugar and Dairy Free Desserts at Wholefoods, Cheltenham

Forthcoming Workshops: Cook your way to Better Health in 2019 - Three Practical Workshops  

1. Whole Grains & Sea Vegetables

Wednesday 30 January 2019, 10am-2pm - Cost £75

Learn how to prepare and cook a wide range of whole grains and mineral-rich sea vegetables in the first of these three practical and comprehensive workshops. As part of a balanced diet whole grains can help to lower the risk of many chronic diseases and sea vegetables offer one of the broadest ranges of minerals and nutrients of any food. Find out how these two remarkable food sources can make a big difference to your health.

2. Beans, Vegetables and Vegan Proteins
Wednesday 13 February 2019, 10am-2pm - Cost £75

Getting enough protein on a vegan diet can sometimes feel like a challenge and this workshop will give you all the information and practical help you need to do it. You will learn how to create delicious, healthy, protein-rich meals using only beans, vegetables and vegan proteins including tofu and tempeh. Beans and legumes are one of the most nutritious and inexpensive ingredients around and a great alternative source of protein if you’re looking to follow a plant-based diet.

3. Naturally Fermented Pickles, Dressings and Condiments
Wednesday 27 February 2019, 10am-2pm - Cost £75

The link between fermented foods and gut health is now widely acknowledged. In this workshop you will learn how to make pressed salads, sauerkraut and naturally fermented pickles and spice up your meals with a range of delicious dressings and mineral-rich condiments. Including fermented foods in your diet on a regular basis can aid digestion and help to improve your overall health and vitality.

All workshops include preparing and sharing a range of delicious Macrobiotic dishes and an information and recipe pack to take home.

Book all three workshops for a 10% reduction

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Celia runs regular Macrobiotic cooking workshops at the Organic Farm Shop in Cirencester and at other venues throughout the Cotswolds. She also offers cooking lessons for individuals and small groups. Celia is also a visiting cooking teacher at the International Macrobiotic School in Devon.

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