Come to the Kitchen

Welcome to our course Come to the Kitchen!
Let your food be your medicine and your medicine be your food. Practice the art of feeding and nurturing yourself and your family and friends. It’s the perfect time for learning more about the bounty God has bestowed upon us and increasing our skills so we can be of greater benefit to our fellows by giving the gift of beautifully prepared, healing and nutritious food.

Session One: New Foundations

This is the 1st video of a 6 session course on practical tips on healthy cooking. This video is an introduction to healthy ingredients for your kitchen (including fats, spices, grains and other whole ingredients), vegetables (including preparation of salads, smoothies, ferments).

Session Two: Traditional Sustenance

This is the 2nd video of a 6 session course on practical tips on healthy cooking. In this video we discuss traditional sustenance: Meats and Vegetables (cuts of red meats and poultry, bone broths, soups, saucy combinations, grain-meat combinations)

Session Three: Traditional Sustenance (Part Two)

This is the 3rd video of a 6 session course on practical tips on healthy cooking. In this video we continue our discussion on traditional sustenance:(layered bakes, roasted meals, beans, lentils, and other grains)

Session Four: Staff of Life

This is the 4th video of a 6 session course on practical tips on healthy cooking.  In this video, we discuss yeasted breads, quick-breads, parata/chapatti, gluten-free and grain-free options

Session Five: Special Treats

This is the 5th video of a 6 session course on practical tips on healthy cooking. This video, we will show you how to make Drinks, Desserts, Confections (hibiscus tea, lemonade, chocolate-stevia desserts, cookies, pies)

Session Six: Cooking Methods

This is the 6th video of a 6 session course on practical tips on healthy cooking. This video, we will show you how to look at the various cooking methods available to you when making your favourite dishes.

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