BONE BROTH WORKSHOP: Unlocking the Healing Potential of Food

BONE BROTH WORKSHOP: Unlocking the Healing Potential of Food

40.00

Date: Thursday, January 31st
(Snow Date: Thursday, February 7th)

Time: 7 - 9 PM

Location: Temenos Retreat Center
1564 Telegraph Rd, West Chester, PA 19382

Instructor: Alyssa Regan, MS

Cost: $40

Class Description:

We are entering the winter season. A time to turn inward, a time for extra nourishment and a time for reflection. A warm, rich, gelatinous bone broth is always a nice companion during this time. Whether sipping in a mug, blended in a soup, or used in a tonic, broth will certainly warm your soul.

There’s an old South American proverb that states “Good broth will resurrect the dead.”, if you’ve been lucky enough to make or enjoy a good broth, you may indeed share this sentiment.

Bone broth is a wonderful way to add some gelatin into your diet. Gelatin is a very good source of amino acids. It also nourishes your hair, skin, nails, joints, and muscles, soothes and heals the digestive tract, reduces inflammation, builds immunity and enhances the absorption of nutrients. Bone broth provides your body with readily available vitamins and minerals that are easy to digest and assimilate.

Adding specific herbs and spices to your broth can enhance its immune healing properties.

During this class, you will learn how to incorporate more broth into your diet. You will learn how to search for good quality bones and meat (a critical part of broth making). Alyssa will demonstrate how to break down a whole chicken and use all the parts in a broth. You will get to sample a cup of chicken bone broth as well as an herbal elixir containing broth. We will discuss how to cook broth the traditional way, long-cooked on a stove top or fire, as well as a more modern approach using a Slow Cooker or Instant Pot. You will leave with recipes and new ideas to begin to incorporate this nourishing food in your daily life. You will also learn storage techniques and how to freeze your broth.

Most importantly, you will learn ways to add medicinal mushrooms and healing herbs to your broth to bring its nutritional and immune properties to the next level.

About the Instructor:

This class is taught by local Integrative Nutritionist, Alyssa Regan. She holds a master’s degree in Nutrition and Integrative health from Maryland University of Integrative Health, with studies in herbalism. She has a love for local farms and sustainable, organic agriculture. Alyssa enjoys cooking nourishing meals and experimenting with her own herbal preparations in her home in Kennett Square. She has a deep passion for Women’s Health and helping to grow the relationships we hold with our food and Mother Earth.

Check out our interview with Alyssa on the healing power of bone broth & why she’s hooked! Click here to read!

To learn more about the instructor and her integrative nutrition services, visit her website here or find her on Instagram here!

Additional Notes:

**Pre-Registration is required**

Please provide your primary email address when purchasing your ticket! All participants will receive an email with directions and last minute notes a few days prior to the class, so keep an eye out for our email! We will also reach out to you via email if in the case of severe winter weather, which we’ll then notify you that we will use the snow date of the following Thursday, February 7th.

If you are purchasing tickets for multiple people, please forward/or notify these participants of our email updates. In an effort to make our roster complete, please also provide the names of the individuals you are purchasing tickets for in the “additional notes” section during checkout. Thank you for your help with this!

For more information or questions, contact: Lauren@areteherbs.com

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