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It’s clean eating from now on

We all want to lead a healthier life but the question is how to get started? What tools do we need? How can we keep up a healthy life style?

The Clean Cooking Club, organised by Preferably Pure Nourished by Nature health group, will put its focus on buckwheat.

The first club meeting and workshop of the season will concentrate on this nutritious and incredibly versatile grain, which is available throughout the year and is an excellent substitute for those who are sensitive to wheat, or other grains that contain protein glutens.

Those who were part of the workshops last year will be familiar with the club’s chef Fivos, who will be inviting those who want to know how to make buckwheat an exciting part of their menu to his home in Nicosia.

The goal of these workshops is to encourage a more nutritious lifestyle by gradually replacing the ingredients we most commonly use in our kitchens for more plant based, whole grain options, preferably organic.

The buckwheat workshop, and others to follow, will offer a few simple steps towards clean eating. Plus, all participants will have lots of fun seeing all of Fivos’ culinary skills – his food is not the only thing that will find its way into your hearts.

Also, at the end of each session you can try out the delicious dishes you prepared together with a glass or two of some of the island’s finest local wines, courtesy of Fereos Fourpoint Distribution and Aes Ambelis Winery.

Clean Cooking Club – Buckwheat
Cooking workshop. November 12. Near St. Panteleimonos Church, Makedonitissa, Nicosia (call for exact directions). 4pm-7pm. Suggested donation of €25. Tel: 97-689352

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