Cooking for Joy & Health with Bristol Bites Back Better
As part of Bristol Bites Back Better's focus on Cooking and Eating for Health, they are excited to be welcoming the wonderful Grace Ekall to host a workshop.
In this workshop, Grace will teach you how to prepare a simple comforting and nutritious dish. Most importantly, you'll be empowered to take the driving seat of your health and learn how to start today.
Bring along the ingredients below to join in with the cook-along or just watch and learn.
Grace Ekall is a former professional dancer, a cook and wellbeing coach. Founder of the Habits That Heal platform and creator of a healthy hot sauce range called Taste MAKOSSA and uses dance as a vehicle for her well-being methodology. She helps busy women to take back control of their health with specific foods, physical activities and Mindset and runs a Facebook community called: Women Entrepreneurs Habits - That Heal.
Grace has an infectious passion and energy, and a great deal of knowledge and experience in eating for health. Prepare to be inspired to #BiteBackBetter!
You will be cooking Bean Chilli. If you want to join in with the cook-along, the ingredients you'll need are as follows. You'll be doing the prep together, so need to chop in advance. And if you want to make a big batch, feel free to double the recipe!
1 cup kidney beans if using dried or two tins *
1 tbsp coconut oil or olive oil
1 red onion, chopped
1 garlic clove, finely chopped or crushed
3 fresh tomatoes, chopped
1 tsp tomato puree
2 inches root ginger, finely chopped or grated
1 stock cube
2 medium sweet potaotes, chopped into wedges
Drizzle olive oil
Sprinkle black pepper
Pinch chilli flakes
*if you're using dried kidney beans, please be sure to soak overnight and cook ahead of the workshop
Bristol Bites Back Better is a campaign that gives people the power to make our city and communities stronger through food, now and into the next decade.
The campaign aims to give everyone the means to participate in our city’s food system, beyond their weekly shop. It will provide individuals, communities, organisations and food businesses with a way to access information, share ideas, and hear stories from across the city about food.
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