At Byron Bay & Tweed Cooking School, we're passionate about helping our clients transition to a healthier and more sustainable lifestyle through plant-based eating. We believe that this shift not only benefits their personal well-being but also contributes to a healthier planet. Here's how we guide our clients on this transformative journey: Our approach begins with education. We empower our clients with knowledge about the numerous health benefits of a plant-based diet. Understanding … [Read more...] about Discover the Power of Plant-Based Eating
Well it seems like 100 years ago that I started banging on about organic produce, the benefits of understanding food as medicine and mentoring like-minded souls in my proven wellness business solutions. Actually, it’s approaching 25 years so here’s my 6 top tips: 1. Always return to your core business, even when you’re swayed to offer goods & services outside your business box. 2. Listen to your intuition, follow your heart and get your head to organise it. 3. Never underestimate the … [Read more...] about Sam Gowing Mentor
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In a time where green is the new black and clean eating is the new wholefoods hash tag, let's take a look back at Australia’s journey in organic food. But before we do, let me tell you that I was politely fed canned soybeans and boarding school food so it is no wonder that I embarked on a culinary journey as a child where I grew up at the restaurant table in Melbourne during the gastronomic boom of the late 1970s. Developing my passion for regional Asian cuisine through language and travel, I … [Read more...] about Australia’s organic food journey
Greetings Bam Fam! It’s been a minute since we’ve had stock and the good news is that the delicious umami-rich, plant-based spread Black Betty Bam is back in stock. Now most of you have been there since the very beginning when we brought this plant-based, gluten-free wonder to life back in 2017 in beautiful Byron Bay. We're so grateful to have you on this flavourful journey with us. What makes Black Betty Bam so remarkable is that we've always believed in using the best ingredients and … [Read more...] about Back in Black
Let's dive into the fascinating world of geonomic nutrition, a fancy term that helps you make informed food choices based on your genes. It's like unlocking the secret code to your body's nutritional needs! Geonomic nutrition takes into account your unique genetic makeup, environment, and lifestyle when deciding what to munch on. It's all about personalized nutrition tailored just for you.Now, if you're keen to give geonomic nutrition a whirl, the first step is genetic testing. Yeah, I know, it … [Read more...] about What is geonomic nutrition?
Kelp, a plant that grows abundantly in the world's oceans, could be the unsung hero in the fight against climate change. Kelp forests, which grow along a quarter of the world's coastlines, have a significant impact on the health of water and fisheries, and are currently undervalued in their contribution to the global economy. Recent research has found that kelp forests generate a staggering $756 billion for the global economy, a testament to the true value of this plant. In fact, a recent … [Read more...] about Kelp – the unsung hero
First published 2015 Incredibly, we have long passed that point in time when the maximum rate of extraction of kale has been reached, yet if the current season of MasterChef is anything to go by, crispy kale is the garnish of choice, adorning four dishes at last count. Coupled with the porcine darling of the protein set pork belly, kale must be the most over used ingredient of the modern era. While I doubt that the broccoli and cauliflower are ganging up on the kale in the coolroom and … [Read more...] about Peak Kale
These small, reddish brown beans are my favourite. They are a staple of Japanese cuisine and hold the key to many digestive problems of the Western world. The Chinese use them for drying damp, which is such a prevalent digestive condition in our society. Damp conditions traditionally reflect an intake of too much greasy food and a sedentary lifestyle - in short an imbalance - yet it can also represent internal yeast overgrowth such as Candida or edema. Most of us who desperately attempt the … [Read more...] about What are aduki beans?
Eos, the Goddess of the Dawn, infused with saffron robes is no doubt a few drachma short thanks to Homer (as in Odyssey, not doughnut) who refrains to call her by name, instead choosing a more awakening announcement for her arrival, the rosy fingered dawn. If you've ever read - or as I have recently - heard the great epic of courage and the high seas than this will rose-onate with you, too. The epithet, "rosy-fingered dawn" marks the beginning of Odysseus' odyssey. For example, “When the … [Read more...] about The rosy fingered prawn
The world of plant-based protein in the food service industry is growing rapidly and it's not just limited to bland tofu! While legume-based burgers are still very popular and highly nutritious, there are other kinds of burgers and other fast-food favorites that are now being made in a lab, rather than on a farm. The meat-free patty has been rebranded as "plant-forward," which emphasizes taste and style, rather than just being vegetarian. There are several reasons for the rise in popularity of … [Read more...] about A chef’s guide to plant-based protein
Gland To Meet You!! The Pineal Gland – The Glad Eye The pineal gland has long been regarded as the location of the Third Eye and even has its own rods, cones and interior retina. It is thought to be a natural hyper-gate or trans-dimensional access point throughout the ages. The ‘third eye’ is considered by Indian mystics as our antenna or junction point where energy all energy comes together. When the pineal becomes fully activated the chakras are united and have access to those higher … [Read more...] about What is the pineal gland for?
Nigella sativa to the rescue for antiviral protection & restoration for the lungs and other airway disorders may help to reduce headache, infection, inflammation, hypertension, and digestive tract-related problems. Soak two tbsp. of black cumin seeds in a tall glass of water overnight, strain and drink with the juice of half a lemon or a pinch of cinnamon. For more immune support & repair remedies click here Book an online appointment here Can't find Nigella … [Read more...] about Covid respiratory remedy