Kitchen Medicine: Spring Rejuvenation

Posted April 10th, 2014 by VCIH

with Lisa Masé,
Harmonized Cookery
Wednesday April 23, 5:30-8:30 pm
$25 (includes materials fee); pre-registration required

Green spring tonics are a time-honored tradition to encourage gentle liver and gall bladder renewal. Leafy greens, both wild and cultivated, are some of the most nutrient dense vegetables of all, and we’ll discuss their nutrition as well as many other health benefits. Learn to prepare delicious dishes with leafy greens like pesto, herb potage, and steamed greens served with olive oil and lemon, which help maximize our absorption of their abundant vitamins and minerals.

Lisa Mase is a food as medicine educator, translator and homesteader living in East Montpelier. She is passionate about the language of food, traditional foodways, and raising as much of her own food as possible.