Whole Food Cooking is all about real food, that’s good enough to eat and has the ability to heal, nourish and delight.
It’s about food that is beautiful and delicious, but is health supportive as well. There’s an awful lot of confusion about just what 'healthy' food really is – and I believe labelling a diet Vegetarian, Vegan, Low Fat or Raw (to name but a few) is absolutely no guarantee of a healthy diet.
Whole Food Cooking is a broader frame of reference that honours the basic integrity of a food. When a food is grown in a rich and healthy soil using organic, bio dynamic or permaculture principles, is kept closer to its' natural state (unrefined) and real (no fake additives), its' integrity and inherent ability to nourish is intact. Wholefood as a philosophy considers that the whole is far greater than simply the sum of all parts, that it includes many aspects we cannot see or touch (life force for example) and that we are not just physical beings.
This is the kind of food that has the ability to heal, nourish and delight, and this philosophy is the heart and soul of Whole Food Cooking.
I delight in sharing this deeply enriching and delicious journey with others, through my books, classes, seminars, website, blog and facebook. You can also keep up to date with Whole Food Cooking by subscribing.
May there be much joy and deliciousness at your table and in your life.
"The problem with nutrient-by-nutrient nutrition science ... is that it takes the nutrient out the context of the food, the food out of the context of the diet, and the diet out of the context of the lifestyle”.
- Marion Nestle, NYU Nutritionist