Wednesday 27th August 2014
9.30am - 4.00pm
Raw foods contain live enzymes which aid digestion. Heating food beyond 118 F destroys enzymes as well as many nutrients. The benefits of a raw food diet can be remarkable, improving digestion, strengthening the immune system and increasing vitality.
There are many ways to prepare raw foods to maintain nutrition and create amazingly delicious and unexpected dishes.
Join us in the kitchen to make quick and irresistible raw food recipes including soups, sushi, noodles & chocolate cake.
Leave with new skills and a host of recipes to take home and share.
Daphne Lambert is an award-winning chef and author. She is an expert in the field of health and nutrition and as a nutritionist has many years of experience in helping people achieve optimum health. Daphne began her career working as a chef in France, Switzerland, America and London before creating an organic restaurant at Penrhos Court, where she has won many awards over the last 30 years. Penrhos was the first organic restaurant to be certified by the Soil Association and won You magazine's prestigious ‘Organic Restaurant of the Year’ award in 2002. She is currently in residence at Trill.