Conscious Cookery Course with The Body Retreat

Conscious Cooking School

A full day with Juls in the Kitchen…

Conscious Cooking School

A full day with Juls in the Kitchen learning the secrets of many of The Body Retreat healthy dishes.

The day will be a mixture of demonstration and hands on cooking and you can expect to not only eat well during the day but to return home with a goody bag of your own creations to share with friends and family or to restock your cupboards along with recipes for everything made on the day.

Conscious Cooking is about making conscious choices through the whole process from selecting and buying ingredients to pairing food groups to ensure maximum nutrition and taste and then finally presenting and serving to appeal to all the senses. In this way you begin to listen to what your body really wants and needs, you rebalance your energy levels and maximise your nutrition in a few simple steps. But most of all, Conscious Cooking is all about taste…at The Body Retreat we believe that life is too short to eat bad or bland food so our healthy recipes maximise taste as well as nutrition.

We have a range of everyday recipes that you can quickly master and top tips to inspire you to get creative at home. The day will feature a range of dishes from Soups, Smoothies & Juices, Healthy Main Meals, Snacks, Salads and even Raw Puddings.

All ingredients and equipment are provided, we even do all the washing up!! All you need to bring is some tupperware to transport your goodies home.

Conscious Cooking School London is close to mainline and tube stations but some parking is available on a first come first served basis.

The day includes:
Morning Juice & Snack
Two Course Healthy Lunch
Afternoon Snack
Recipe Pack & Goody Bag

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