"When diet is wrong, medicine is of no use. When diet is correct, medicine is of no need." ~ Ayurvedic Proverb

'The Foodie',
 along with her fellow chefs,
completed their practical classroom hours at...
(Collard Leaf Dolmas packed with Parsnip Rice, Endive Boat of Mushroom Ceviche, Pickle Stuffed Sushi Rolls)
and fortunately for those in attendance...
 their 'final exam',
consisted of a beautifully catered event with food and drink 
within the five core modalities of plant based cooking.

following a diet of whole, pure, prepared foods, consisting especially of whole cereals, grains, beans, and vegetables, that is based on the balance of yin and yang
Classical Vegetarian-
a person who does not eat meat, and sometimes other animal products, for moral, religious, or health reasons
a strict vegetarian who consumes no animal food or byproducts
provides guidance regarding food and lifestyle to enhance and maximize health and well-being, using a system of treatments including diet, yoga and meditation
Raw & Living Foods-
a lifestyle promoting the consumption of uncooked, unprocessed, and often organic foods as a large percentage of the diet
The food was superb...
and I did not EVEN miss meat or gluten!
Of course...
I was probably one of the only ones there eating a bit of everything...
because of my unrestricted diet and all.

What a pleasure it was
 to observe this passionate group of chefs in action and 
 I wish them well as they enter their externships in the community. 

Happy Thursday!

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