FIG is pleased to announce the second Living Foods Workshop, this time being held on a weekend, and run by Lani, one of FIG's founding members.
"Living food is an easy, inexpensive way to maintain health, vitality, and mental alertness. If you would like to learn how and why to include some basic living food preparations into your/family's/friend's diet....come on over. We'll just start with the basics....so all you raw fooders out there who'd like to come along and share your knowledge, please feel free to come along as well. Time permitting we'll learn *how easy it is to sprout nuts, seeds, grains. *how to grow your own medicine....wheatgrass. *how to make an amazing energy drink....rejuvelac *how easy it is to get greens into your body with green smoothies!!"
Date: Saturday 19th February
Time: 10am until 12 noon
Place: Full address, directions and details will be advised to those attending.
Cost: Free to FIG members. If numbers permit, a friend may attend at the cost of $10 per person.
Well, we're all back into the swing of things at the co-op... Wyong has begun and Ourimbah folk are filtering back after holidays. Summer rain has finished some veggie crops early, or put a dent in the harvesting for a while, and washed away the biological controls farmers used instead of synthetic chemicals and caterpillars have been munching steadily!
This week we hope to have more of the scrumptious and nutritious local blueberries, picked the morning of the co-op, and activities coming up are the weekend Living Foods Workshop, picnic to Peacock Grove (FIG BD olive, oil and beef supplier), and later on, helping with the olive harvest there as well.