Historical cooking for health - Vegan Easter
A unique collaboration this Spring between Lucy McCrickard from LGM Nutrition and The Regency Town House’s Paul Couchman. This workshop delves into our past with an opportunity to immerse yourself in Brighton & Hove’s Regency culinary past in an original Regency kitchen, to explore nutrition of the time, try some recipes for yourself, and understand how that translates into our modern cooking.
In this workshop, you'll learn how to replace eggs, make vegan hot cross buns and also make your own almond milk. There will even be some chocolate almond treats, especially for Easter. You'll leave with an understanding of what veganism means and how to follow a healthy vegan diet.
You'll create delicious healthy and appetizing recipes without animal products, whilst including nutrients vital for optimum health.
At the end of the course, you will take away a booklet which includes recipes from the workshop, a fact sheet on the theme of the day plus tips for shopping and eating locally.
Tickets available at https://bit.ly/2Jv32wk
About LGM Nutrition Ltd
I practice as a Nutritional Therapist in Brighton and Hove supporting clients with hormone and digestive issues. This is the first of a series of three themed cooking workshops in the original Regency Town House kitchen in Brunswick Square.