COURSES

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

FERMENTING

Dates available:

Sunday 27th January 2019

Wednesday 20th February 2019


Workshop runs from 10.00am - 4.00pm


Greencuisine Byre : Lewes

Cost : £95.00


With Daphne Lambert

Learn about the transformational fermenting process

Make lacto-fermented vegetables from the seasonal harvest

Discover traditional methods of making grains, dairy & pulses more digestible.

There are lots of ideas & tastings plus recipes & goodies to take home.

You can even buy a signed copy of Daphne’s book at a 50% discount

This practical one day workshop costs £95.00 and includes all ingredients and a lunch of tantalising tastes

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LIVING NUTRITION 2019

Dates for 2019

29th to 30th March

21st to 23rd June

20th to 22nd September

6th to 8th December


Trill Farm : Devon


With Daphne Lambert

Four seasonal week-end courses in which Daphne helps you to unfold the relationship between soil, water, food & health. Each week-end focuses on the foods growing or harvested at Trill Farm; in the garden, from the hedgerows, woods and meadows.


Natures seasons give us a beautiful rhythm to live by.

The upward moving essence of Spring creates tiny shoots of green energy. Spring foods rejuvenate and help us cleanse the body. During the Summer months nature gives us a bedazzling array of colourful fruits and vegetables that fire the imagination. In Autumn the everything in nature contracts and moves its essence inwards and downwards, the foods that are abundant at this time of year support us as we prepare for Winter. The foods that nourish us most during the reflective period of Winter are the dense textured, earthy flavours of root crops like parsnip, swede, turnip, celeriac, beetroot, Jerusalem artichoke and potatoes. These together with the Winter crops of brassicas and chard and the salty flavour of sea vegetables are the foods best suited to eat in the Winter months.


In the Spring we look at foods that support cleansing; in the Summer we look at foods to support the heart, in Autumn the foods that support beneficial gut bacteria and in the Winter nutrient dense foods that support the immune system. Each weekend we look at different ways to prepare the seasons bounty to maximise the nutrition and together prepare all our meals.

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FORAGE ON A FARM

With Julia Behrens & Daphne Lambert on Woodsland Farm


- a morning of foraging followed by practical food & medicine making

Spring

Shoots and leaves

Gather & process the new life bursting forth in spring


Thursday 4th April 2019

From 10:00am to 4:00pm

Cost - £135.00

During the day we will:


Learn to identify wild plants from meadows, hedgerows & woods.

Understand the different plant properties that make them valuable food & medicine

Make tonics, macerated oils & salves

Discover traditional food preservation techniques

Deepen our connection to the natural worldwide

Increase your knowledge so you are able to support your health

An amazing lunch will inspire you to use the abundant, seasonal harvests


The day is suitable for anyone with an interest in food & herbs for health and open to people of all ages.


Each day costs £135.00 and includes lunch, remedies, tonics & relishes to take home with you along with recipes and notes.


We offer options for paying less if you can not afford the set rate please contact jean@greencuisinetrust.org


Woodsland Farm

Nestled in the Sussex countryside Woodsland Farm is a 300-acre organic farm with the Cockhaise Brook meandering through species-rich pasture meadows alongside ancient woodland. Arable fields are planted with a variety of grass leys for dairy, and nectar rich flowers to promote biodiversity.

The ancient woodland contains a range of broad-leaf trees beneath which bluebells, wild garlic and other native species thrive and the hedgerows are natural wildlife corridors.

As well as responding to pressing needs to adapt to and mitigate climate change, the farm seeks to provide opportunities for visitors to participate in workshops and other activities relating to its beautiful natural environment.


Julia Behrens

Julia is a qualified practitioner in Herbal Medicine with an honours degree from the College of Phyto-therapy. Julia has taught at the School of Herbal Medicine, lectured at East London and Westminster University, consulted for the WWF and Neal's Yard, appeared on TV, and runs a range of courses in Herbal Medicine. Julia works alongside GP’s and is currently practicing at the Herstmonceux Health Centre and at the Albion Clinic in Brighton http://www.herbal-consultant.com


Daphne Lambert

Daphne has cooked, studied, taught & written about food all her adult life. She was the chef & co-owner of the first certified organic restaurant and eco hotel. She qualified as a nutritionist from the School of Medicinal Nutrition in 1990 and has run a 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 http://www.greencuisinetrust.org



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FORAGE ON A FARM

With Julia Behrens & Daphne Lambert on Woodsland Farm


- a morning of foraging followed by practical food & medicine making

Autumn

Berries, seeds, mushrooms & roots

- gather & preserve the Autumn harvest


Sunday 6th October 2019

From 10:00am to 4:00pm

Cost - £135.00

During the day we will:


Learn to identify wild plants from meadows, hedgerows & woods.

Understand the different plant properties that make them valuable food & medicine

Make tonics, macerated oils & salves

Discover traditional food preservation techniques

Deepen our connection to the natural worldwide

Increase your knowledge so you are able to support your health

An amazing lunch will inspire you to use the abundant, seasonal harvests.


The day is suitable for anyone with an interest in food & herbs for health and open to people of all ages.


Each day costs £135.00 and includes lunch, remedies, tonics & relishes to take home with you along with recipes and notes.


We offer options for paying less if you can not afford the set rate please contact jean@greencuisinetrust.org


Woodsland Farm

Nestled in the Sussex countryside Woodsland Farm is a 300-acre organic farm with the Cockhaise Brook meandering through species-rich pasture meadows alongside ancient woodland. Arable fields are planted with a variety of grass leys for dairy, and nectar rich flowers to promote biodiversity.

The ancient woodland contains a range of broad-leaf trees beneath which bluebells, wild garlic and other native species thrive and the hedgerows are natural wildlife corridors.

As well as responding to pressing needs to adapt to and mitigate climate change, the farm seeks to provide opportunities for visitors to participate in workshops and other activities relating to its beautiful natural environment.


Julia Behrens

Julia is a qualified practitioner in Herbal Medicine with an honours degree from the College of Phyto-therapy. Julia has taught at the School of Herbal Medicine, lectured at East London and Westminster University, consulted for the WWF and Neal's Yard, appeared on TV, and runs a range of courses in Herbal Medicine. Julia works alongside GP’s and is currently practicing at the Herstmonceux Health Centre and at the Albion Clinic in Brighton http://www.herbal-consultant.com


Daphne Lambert

Daphne has cooked, studied, taught & written about food all her adult life. She was the chef & co-owner of the first certified organic restaurant and eco hotel. She qualified as a nutritionist from the School of Medicinal Nutrition in 1990 and has run a 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 http://www.greencuisinetrust.org

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HERBS & FOODS TO SUPPORT WELLBEING

Herbs & foods with a focus on immunity


Saturday 17th October 2019

10.00am – 4.30pm

Greencuisine byre – Lewes

cost £135

with Daphne Lambert & Julia Behrens

Discover ways to use herbs & foods to support you during the winter months.

Together we will prepare food, syrups & tonics

We will share a delicious lunch of vibrant, vital foods

Make salves, tinctures & remedies to take home with you

At the end of the day you will know which plants to use for winter health & vitality

The cost of £135 includes all refreshments & lunch, all materials for making remedies & tonics to take home with you along with recipes & notes.


Julia Behrens

Julia is a qualified practitioner in Herbal Medicine with an honours degree from the College of Phyto-therapy. Julia has taught at the School of Herbal Medicine, lectured at East London and Westminster University, consulted for the WWF and Neal's Yard, appeared on TV, and runs a range of courses in Herbal Medicine. Julia works alongside GP’s and is currently practicing at the Herstmonceux Health Centre and at the Albion Clinic in Brighton http://www.herbal-consultant.com


email jean@greencuisinetrust.org to reserve a place

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HERBS & FOODS TO SUPPORT WELLBEING

Winter herbs & foods with a focus on immunity


Saturday 2nd November 2019

10.00am – 4.30pm

Greencuisine byre – Lewes

cost £135

with Daphne Lambert & Julia Behrens

Discover ways to use herbs & foods to support you during the winter months.

Together we will prepare food, syrups & tonics

We will share a delicious lunch of vibrant, vital foods

Make salves, tinctures & remedies to take home with you

At the end of the day you will know which plants to use for winter health & vitality

The cost of £135 includes all refreshments & lunch, all materials for making remedies & tonics to take home with you along with recipes & notes.

Julia Behrens

Julia is a qualified practitioner in Herbal Medicine with an honours degree from the College of Phyto-therapy. Julia has taught at the School of Herbal Medicine, lectured at East London and Westminster University, consulted for the WWF and Neal's Yard, appeared on TV, and runs a range of courses in Herbal Medicine. Julia works alongside GP’s and is currently practicing at the Herstmonceux Health Centre and at the Albion Clinic in Brighton http://www.herbal-consultant.com


email jean@greencuisinetrust.org to reserve a place

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MENOHEAVEN AT SEAFORD

Menoheaven retreats are restorative breaks for women facing or journeying through menopause

Tuesday 10th - Thursday 12th September 2019

Florence House, Sussex


We held our first Menoheaven, retreat in 2017 and you can read the Telegraph's review of our inaugural retreat here.


Our next retreat is September 10th - 12th, for this retreat we have gathered a wonderful team to guide us in group workshops and offer additional private consultations should you wish:


  • Daphne Lambert Nutritionist and chef, who will bring her enormous wisdom to create a delicious seasonal, organic menu that will help detox our body and teach us how food can help with restoring vitality.
  • Gratia Churchill, Yoga teacher, who will be teaching yoga for all levels each morning and lulling us to restful nights with evening yoga nidra sessions.
  • Julia Behrens who brings her knowledge of herbalism and more to assist wellbeing and ease symptoms.
  • Tanya Waters, Masseuse, who’s wonderful massages aim to de-stress and calm.
  • Caroline Gaskin, Homeopath who will give us a deeper understanding of the menopause and facilitate a workshop on sleep.

The all-inclusive price is £550.


For further information and to book please contact Menoheaven below

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LIVING FOOD DAY

Dates available:

Wednesday 30th January 2019 (FULL)



From 10:00am to 4:00pm

Greencuisine Byre : Lewes

Cost: £95.00


With Daphne Lambert

Food that nourishes soil, body & planet.

Discover ways to prepare nutrient dense food that help heal and maintain health.

Make quick and easy irresistible dishes from seasonal, local, organic produce and enjoy them for lunch.

Learn about the health benefits of herbal tonics & lacto fermented vegetables.

A hands on day in the kitchen, full of inspiration to feast both body and mind.

The Living Food Day runs from 10.00am - 4.00pm and costs £95.00 to include a presentation, hands on cooking, lunch & recipes to take home with you.

This is a popular day and places are limited to just 6 people.


We can also arrange a one to one 'Living Food' experience tailored to your individual need. More info


email jean@greencuisinetrust.org to reserve a place or book on Eventbrite

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WOMEN'S HEALTH DAY

Saturday 26th January 2019 (FULL)

Saturday 16th February 2019


From 10:00am to 5:00pm

Greencuisine Byre : Lewes

Cost: £95.00


With Daphne Lambert

A day of hands on cooking and optimising nutrition,

uniquely for women.


Explore with Daphne, eating for vitality, bone makers and bone breakers, balancing hormones naturally, our wonderful digestive system, the importance of good fats, creating the right balance of alkaline and acid forming foods in your diet and prepare a variety of seasonal, organic, plant based dishes.


The day starts at 10:00am and finishes at 5:00pm and includes presentations, hands on cooking, sharing conversations over a delicious lunch and recipes to take home with you

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ALLERGIES & INTOLERANCES COOKING WORKSHOP

Monday 26th November 2018 - (FULL)


Workshop runs from 10.00am to 4.00pm

Greencuisine Byre : Lewes

Cost: £95.00


With Daphne Lambert

Food allergy is caused when the immune system misjudges a harmless protein, interpreting it as a threat. The immune system studies the perceived threat, called an allergen, and in preparation for any further exposure develops antibodies, special cells designed to detect it


You are now "sensitized" to the mistaken allergen. Then, the next time you're exposed to this allergen, your immune system jumps into action. The antibodies pick up the allergen and deliver it to white blood cells called mast cells, which trigger the release of chemicals like histamine inducing the allergic symptoms of sneezing, itching, swelling and rashes.


Food intolerance is the inability to break down food completely into absorbable components The unabsorbed food that remains in the digestive system causes the classic symptoms of bloating, cramps and mal-absorption


The fundamental difference is that an allergy is an immune response and intolerance is not, both however have serious health implications.


During the day as well as creating mouthwatering dishes that are gluten, dairy, soya, and egg free we will discuss some of the challenges people face who have allergies or intolerance to certain foods.

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TRANSITION TOWN LEWES

Can being vegan save the planet?

Friday 25th January 2019

Upstairs at the Elephant & Castle 7.00 for 7.30 start - 9.15pm.

A stimulating exploration with Daphne Lambert of the issues, both positive and negative, that a plant based diet can bring to the wellbeing of animals, humans and the environment.


Everyone welcome, no need to book

TRANSITION TOWN HASTINGS

How well do you know your food?

Conversations and tastings with Daphne Lambert of Greencuisine Trust

Friday 1st February 2019

7.00pm - 9.00pm

6, The Uplands,

Maze Hill, St Leonard’s, and TN38

Vegan, vegetarian, pescatarian, carnivore -

every day with every mouthful your choice affects the wellbeing of

animals, humans & the environment.


Daphne Lambert - chef, nutritionist, author, environmentalist and founder of the Greencuisine Trust explores the stories behind our food.


Greencuisine Trust is a food education charity, inspiring ways to grow process and eat food that nourishes people and minimises harm to the environment.


Booking information to follow