Slow Food & Nutrition
January 31 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Edible Routes presents a complete solution to slow food and nutrition. The COVID-19 pandemic has shown us the importance of healthy food, why not learn it from a member of Slow Food International, a passionate cook, and nutrition expert?
- Knowledge about traditional foods and lost grains
- Slow cooking techniques in an urban kitchen
- Complete guide on sourcing, using, and maintaining correct kitchen appliances for health
This workshop is a complete solution to slow food and nutrition. Ms. Himanshu teaches you simple and practical ideas on traditional cooking methods which retain the nutrients in the cooked food. The idea is to translate these techniques to a modern urban kitchen and still get the same taste and benefits!
Dates: January 31st, 2021
Time: 11 am – 12 pm
Fee: Pay as you like
Registration link: https://pages.razorpay.com/kickstarting-2021
Ensure that the food you eat is preventive, keeps your gut healthy, and builds immunity!
About the Facilitator:
Himanshu Kapoor is a Nutritionist and health food consultant with a focus on ethical practices and sustainability. With a passion towards food and food practices, Himanshu has been researching socio-cultural practices of food. She has driven and successfully led to many sustainable food projects.
She has been involved in numerous projects on reintroducing lost grains to farmers and indigenous communities, educating children, and empowering food communities. Her work with organizations such as the Centre for Science and Environment, the Slow food international community, Shikshanter have brought a large-scale impact and change. Her strong belief in food medicine initiated her to create practical food solutions for special needs children. Ms. Himanshu created a place (cafe amaltas) for the differently-abled children and their parents to come together and eat gluten, lactose, and sugar-free meals cooked by her every Saturday.
Ms. Himanshu insists “Good food should be available to everyone”. Being a founder of C.Green future foods she works with smallholding farmers and the women community at Ponta Sahib as a team.
Participants will get the Webinarjam link to each session, the schedule to send the link is fixed on Saturday, 30th January at 9 pm (the day before the webinar) and on Sunday, 31st January at 9 am ( on the day of the webinar).
Any queries? Contact us here: https://bit.ly/contact-Edible-Routes