Especially in this time of pandemic, with increasing pressures on our health and budgets, it is important to boost our health through nutritious food, and to explore ways to cook and eat well on low incomes.
An independent business run by Anna Vogel, nutritional therapist (and part of Bridport’s Red Brick Café), supporting people in achieving positive health outcomes through connection with their bodies, their food and the natural world.
Contact: email, telephone 07967 822480.
Dorset Food and Drink website has recipes.
Good Mood and Food Dr Sue Beckers wants to help people deal with diabetes and improve mood and energy and health using diet not drugs. Find out more about eating REAL food with healthy fats; why our local fresh produce is so nutritious; how to arrange to measure your metabolism. Join a Slow Carb Support Group for free! Contact via email.
Project Food Axminster runs cooking sessions (now online) and recipes.
Rachel Millson’s recipes – affordable and healthy – for the St. Swithun’s glut stall.
Jack Monroe chef, food writer and anti-poverty campaigner, once a food bank client herself.
NHS guidance: 20 tips to eat well for less
Green Cuisine Trust
Recipes for nourishing meals which are also good for the planet
Vital Roots kitchen garden, Netherbury
Will run courses in cooking and reviving traditional food processes including fermenting and preserving. Committed to wholesome and vibrant food, they grow both traditional vegetables, forest garden perennials and the more unusual, pushing the boundaries of what is possible in the UK. Contact Katkin on 07794 475401 or Ipar on 07427 670234, or email.