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Intuitive Eating is an evidence-based approach to healthy lifestyle that prioritizes internal cues rather than body weight. In this workshops, I will help you discover the 10 principals of Intuitive Eating that can help you to: - build a healthy relationship with food and your body - get rid of food rules - learn how to trust your body and eat without guilt or shame - stop dieting, so that you have your mind free to focus on things that really matter - stop the restrict/binge cycle - navigate emotional eating🔥
The workshop will start with an introduction to the History of Coffee. From the legendary goat that discovered coffee in Ethiopia to the first coffee farm. A cup of coffee is the result of 3 characters: the farmer, the roaster, and the barista. We are going to discover step by step each of them: The farmer. We will have a glimpse of the coffee journey from bean to cup (i.e. the coffee tree, fruit, and the process). Duration: 10-20 min The roaster. The importance and impact roasting has on the quality of the coffee and what differentiate specialty coffee. Duration: 10-20 minutes The barista. I will introduce different coffee beans from different regions and different methods of brewing using different coffee tools (i.e. V60, Chemex, Aeropress, Syphon, etc). We will end with a blind coffee tasting which will be paired with bites/snacks that enhances the notes of the coffee.( 8)
Learn the dying art of making pasta entirely by hand and enjoy a truly unique experience in a relaxed, homely atmosphere, where you'll learn all there is to know about pasta and will create some of the most unusual and beautiful pasta shapes, traditional in Italy but virtually unknown in the UK. Each month there is a new pasta to learn, new flours and flavours to explore.( 2)
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Sake Myths Debunked! Saké has become a trendy drink as high-end hotels and Michelin-starred restaurants worldwide are adding this food-friendly tipple to their menus. It is as versatile and complex as wine, and there are tens of thousands of sakés produced in Japan. If you’ve tried one and didn’t like it, then the chances are you might find another one that you do like! A few "sake myths"... Myth 1: Sake is highly alcoholic? Wrong! Most Japanese sakes have an alcohol level of around 14-18% only, a level comparable to grape wine. Myth 2: Sake is always drunk hot? Not really! Different sakes are served at different temperatures (from 0°C all the way up to 55°C+) depending on the characteristics and flavour profiles of the sake. Myth 3: Sake only goes with Japanese food? Not necessarily! Sake can complement food (Japanese or not) just as well as wine. It is also an excellent drink to be enjoyed on its own. And if you are sensitive to sulphites and other additives, rest assured that only rice, koji, yeast and water are used in the production of most sakés. No wonder, then, that this national drink of Japan is growing in popularity. In the workshop Understanding Saké, a sake expert from VSF Wine Education will demystify the wonderful world of this Japanese tipple in an informal and humorous manner. What you can expect: 6 x different styles of saké (Junmai Daiginjo, Ginjo, Nama, Futsushu, Honjozo, Umeshu) 1 x tasting plate to highlight specific characteristics in each saké What you will learn: How saké is made The meaning behind saké quality grades and styles The customs and traditions associated with drinking saké How food pairings can complement or change your perception of a saké’s flavour The proper way to taste saké and how to choose bottles that best suit your taste Level: Beginner (no prior knowledge is required) Style: Guided Saké Tasting Food Served: Guided Tasting Plate Good for: Saké Enthusiasts, Saké Curious, Food Pairing Education You can also purchase your newly found favourite saké at discounted prices (10% off) during the event. Whether you are a saké enthusiast or an absolute beginner, this is a great chance for you to taste different styles of saké hailing from Japan in one go!NEW