Seasonal news & events.
Seasonal news & events.
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Lightfood: Eating for Consciousness & Enlightenment is now available. The new book written by Edward Esko is based on his teachings and writings over the past five years. In it He attempt to reposition macrobiotics as a method for achieving spirituality and consciousness, and not only a diet for physical health.read more
At our recent AGM four new directors were voted in. We’re delighted to announce that our refreshed management committee will be led by Melanie Waxman. Look out in the coming weeks for some new faces on our list of Professional Members too.read more
We’d love you to attend our online Gathering and annual AGM on Wednesday 31st March, at 6.30 pm, where we’ll be discussing how the MBA can move forward. Your input is important to us, so come if you can.read more
Trish Dent interview Emma Cunis, an inspiring teacher, counsellor and practitioner of macrobiotics, a holistic system of self-healthcare and personal development.read more
Imagine the UK declares we will ‘grow our own’ in a deeply sustainable way, growing food for people rather than commodity markets, where food providers have value way beyond money alone.read more
We are understanding that Life is unpredictable and the present moment is priceless. Ariel took these precious moments as a gift of time to explore basic combinations coming from traditional kitchens and reconnect with his own inner wisdom. And the result is truly edible!read more
When our editor Trish asked our professional members if they’d be willing to share their favourite seasonal dish with us all, she wasn’t sure there would be much enthusiasm. How wrong Trish was. They stepped up to the challenge with relish (no pun intended) and offered a perfect combination. We present a selection of their favourite festive recipes.read more
Remember Blandine’s new allotment project that she wrote about in the Spring? These pumpkins are the result of her labours. What a brilliant start! We look forward to relating more to you next year. Here’s some hints on storing your pumpkins for the winter.read more
Despite all the current Covid-19 guidelines, it’s strange that there has been no public health campaign about improving our personal natural immunity. Both the inside and the outside of the human body is crammed with millions of microbes that are of major importance to our general wellbeing and also our immune health.read more
Setting aside any cynicism or thoughts that the Financial Times has jumped on the band-wagon, the FT has created a website featuring fresh and new innovations towards sustainability in food production, consumption and agriculture with videos, interviews and articles.read more
We’ve taken three books — old, new and recent — and in them discover ways to view our lives today and how to move positively into the future.read more
An overview on two documentaries by Sir David Attenborough: “Extinction: The Facts” and “Attenborough: A Life on our Planet”. Reflective pieces on Earth and appealing for us to act now to help in securing its (and our) future.read more
One conundrum we face is that our world economy is based on endless consumption; we are literally eating up the environment. Protein provides a good example, but producing fake meat is not the answer, argues Bill Tara.read more
Five Tips for deep consideration this Autumn, the time of a world-wide pandemic. We are being shown by the rest of nature that we humans must cultivate real courage to truly and profoundly change our way of life.read more
Ritchie Tennant recently completed an 8-week stint supplying organic takeaways round his local village area. To make this task more of a challenge, he attempted to find ingredients that were 100% organic and sustainable, or from known sources and UK origin.read more
Greta Thunberg voices her own translation about a year of adventure. As ever, her forthrightness and humanity shine throughout this youngster’s epic journey.read more
A poem of Khalil Gibran from “The Prophet”.read more
Recently, I discovered the singular joy of digging a hole in the soil and placing some seeds there, in the hope that one day soon, we would be able to see a little something green peaking its head out. An allotment starter’s story.read more
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