Course includes health and longevity for Vegetarians. Given in our new Long Barn kitchen at the Well End Micro-farm
Cooked on rocket stoves
This course is given by the founder of Well End Permaculture who previously built and ran KANDU’S restaurant in Worcester City Centre (1986) . It was the first vegetarian restaurant in Worcester. The beautiful 1734 listed grade II building was renovated and the mezzanine floor put in by Richard. It is now owned by an Italian restaurant and is called the Glass House Restaurant – due to the extensive stained glass windows depicting different countries of the world that were installed into Kandu’s restaurant.
This primary course includes his recipe for Hunza soup (tomato based), delicious sprouts (Christmas recipe), red cabbage and mixed salad with flowers, accompanied by hot, gluten free, chapatis. (Use of Indian spices)
These dishes are as he has cooked on courses in different countries of the world and the many courses he has given at Well End. Learn health and cleanliness in cooking – from world wide success and 40 years a vegetarian.
Covers: The principles of sound health and longevity for vegetarians, the basis of all recepies and many other tips – mainly from the Far East and India.
Course cost: £35.00 for half day 9.30am – 1pm ., when we all have lunch