KITCHEN MEDICINE: WINTER COOKING
December 28, 2020 @ 2:00 am - 6:30 am
Kitchen Medicine: Winter Cooking with Nishanga Bliss
“During the winter months, all things in nature wither, hide, return home, and enter a resting period…this is a time when yin dominates yang. Therefor one should refrain from overusing yang energy….Desires and mental activity should be kept quiet and subdued” (Huang Di Nei Jing).
Winter break is a wonderful time to return to the wisdom of the kitchen, cooking deeply nourishing foods to restore our kidney qi and support core immunity. Join Nishanga by Zoom in her kitchen and cook along at home in this free offering for winter wellness. When you register, you’ll receive an ingredient and equipment list so you can make a Savory Vegetable Broth (vegetarian alternative to bone broth, with Chinese herbs as an optional addition) and Sesame Seaweed, both recipes from her book Real Food All Year: Eating Seasonal Whole Foods for Optimal Health and All-Day Energy. You’ll be inspired to deepen your practice of self-nourishment in this darkest time of the year.
Registration required: Register in advance for this meeting: Register Here
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
About the Instructor
Dr. Nishanga Bliss, DACM, DSc., believes that personal and planetary health are interdependent. A core faculty member at AIMC for over a decade, Nishanga also practices in AIMC’s community clinic, offering nutrition consults, herbal medicine and acupuncture. She holds doctoral degrees in both nutrition and Chinese medicine.
A former chef, Nishanga loves kitchen medicine and practicing the ancient healing art of fermentation. Her book, Real Food All Year dives deeply into the practice of eating with the seasons, weaving the ancient wisdom of Chinese medical nutrition together with nutrition science and real world culinary know-how.