Autumn Harvest for Winter Wellness
Facilitator: Daphne Lambert
As the landscape changes to fiery reds and bronze and nature contracts and moves its essence inward, there is still time to gather the last gifts of autumn and preserve them in ways that will support us through the darker months of rest.
During this course we will look at the fruits, roots and seeds of autumn and how we can harness their healing powers to support and nurture us during the slower, stiller, colder months of winter.
Event time: Wed 14th Oct 2020 at 6:30pm - Wed 28th Oct 2020 at 8:00pm
Daphne will give an overview of the immune system to prepare the ground for her nutritional teaching. She will speak of how the nutrition changes between fruit, root and seed, exploring phyto-nutrients, essential fatty acids, and vitality stored in the roots. We will bring the autumn harvest into the kitchen, and explore ways of preserving them to enhance our gut health and immunity.
At a glance
- Learn more about the healing properties of the fruits, seeds and roots of autumn.
- Discover plenty of ideas how to preserve the potent power of the autumn harvest.
- Soups, dips, tonics, syrups and ferments – the possibilities are endless!
Participants will gain
- A deeper connection to how plants support immunity and well being.
- A broad understanding of food preparation techniques that keep us healthy and vibrant during the winter months.
Session 1: Fruits
14th October, 6:30 – 8pm
Daphne will give an overview of the immune system in preparation of all three sessions.
There will be a focus on phytonutrients the amazing compounds found in plants. She will share her insight into capturing the essence of the abundant fruits of autumn.
Together we will work with Sumac, Blackberries, Elderberries and Rosehip.
Session 2: Seeds
21st October, 6:30 – 8pm
Daphne will share her understanding of the importance of essential fatty acids in the diet, sharing her insights on how to harness the power of nutrient dense seeds. Daphne will explore with Hemp, Walnut, Linseed and Pumpkin.
Session 3: Roots
28th October, 6:30 – 8pm
Daphne will focus on gut health, the seat of our immunity, including and in depth look at prebiotics, probiotics & resistant starches. How do we access the potency stored in the root? Daphne will be bringing Jerusalem Artichoke, Beetroot, Valerian and Horseradish to the table.
We are pleased to offer the opportunity for those who may need financial support to receive a ticket to our course with a partial scholarship covering 50% of the standard rate. This is available to 4 participants. We are taking the applications first come, first served. Please click here to submit your application.
The course will be held in real time with the tutors via the Zoom platform. Sign up to this platform is free. You will need a laptop, computer, tablet or a smartphone – with an in-built camera and microphone – and a reliable internet connection. We will provide more information and joining instructions in advance of the first session.
Recordings will be available for 30 days after course close as a way to support all participants in receiving the information.
Daphne has cooked, studied, taught & written about food all her adult life. She has run a nutritional consultancy practice for over 25 years working with schools, colleges and organisations looking at ways to nourish well being. Daphne is the founding member of Greencuisine Trust and brings her passion for food that truly nourishes, body, mind & soul, together with diverse experiences in the world of food, to her work as a nutritionist & educator within the Trust.Visit Tutor's Website
"I really enjoyed my experience on courses with Daphne Lambert. She is an excellent teacher who shares her thorough, up to date knowledge about nutrition and the impact of our food choices on the planet. "
- Susie van Marle
"Daphne demonstrates her extensive skills with confidence, attention to detail and humour. I strongly recommend her courses."