Sweet Summer Cooking for the Stomach and Spleen

millet muffinDo you strive to eat healthily but get lost in cravings or habitual eating patterns?

Do you eat plenty and still feel low in energy? Is there a sense of lack that cannot be satisfied in your life?

In Chinese medicine this would suggest your stomach and spleen energy is out of balance. Energetically these are the meridians of the nourishing mother earth element, they are the time of harvest and abundance and their flavour is sweet.

Learning these easy to cook recipes specifically for the Stomach and Spleen is a great way to connect with the body and soul’s need for sweet and comforting food without submitting to cravings for refined sugars and starches such as chocolate and bread.

On the menu is:
• Fennel and Pea Paella
• Light and Lemony Turkish Lentil Soup
• Sugar Free Millet Muffins
• Sweet Potato, Feta and Coriander Snack Patties
• Herby Millet
• Carrot, Corguette Salad with Sweet Orange/Tarragon dressing
• Stuffed Butternut Squash
• Licorice and Fennel Tea and a Licorice Stick to take home

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Come and unload the mental stresses and physical strains, have some fun and learn skills that can nourish your sweet self in everyday life

The cost of the day is €60, concession €50 (€20 deposit is required). This includes all food cooked and eaten on the day.

The day will run from 12 am til 4 pm and will be hosted in the light and bright kitchen at the Hunky Chunk House: Easy parking and the Bayside Dart station is a 2 minute walk away. There is space for 5-6 participants per day so book early to avoid disappointment.
To book a place simply call 086 607 0432

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3 thoughts on “Sweet Summer Cooking for the Stomach and Spleen

  1. I totally agree that sugar and sugar subeistutis cause weight gain. I was addicted to so called sugar free energy drinks for several years and when I stopped drinking them I lost 10 pounds in six weeks to date I have been off the energy drinks and sugars for 9 months & I have lost almost 30lbs in those 9 months.

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