Please join us for a delicious evening of food, the latest research around gut health, a discussion panel and meeting like-minded people. I am incredibly excited to be collaborating with LA Brewery, Borough Broth Company, The Cultured Collective and Symprove.
I will creating some delicious dishes using my favourite seasonal ingredients that support gut health, Borough Broth Company and The Cultured Collective's fermented goodies . Many of the dishes will be gluten and dairy free – all dietary requirements catered for. We're also working with some fabulous brands for some extra special goodie bags.
Tickets - £45 including 4 course meal, welcome cocktail and kombucha and goodie bag.
Where: HER cafe, 13 Downham Road, N15AA
Cocktails and canapes – 7pm
Dinner – 7.30pm
Panel discussion - 8.30pm
Carriages – 10pm
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or book online
LA Brewery: LA Brewery produces raw, natural and delicious kombucha. Louise Avery started brewing kombucha years ago and soon discovered how a drink with many beneficial health properties can also being a refreshingly tart and delicious drink. Created within their microbrewery in Suffolk - they have launched with an initial trio - Ginger, Lemongrass and Strawberry & Pepper.
Borough Broth Company: Borough Broth Co. slow cooks organic, grass-fed and free-range bones, all from British farms, for 24 hours to produce their bone broths. They’re packed full of protein, collagen, minerals and amino acids, and they’re made from only whole, natural ingredients.
The Cultured Collective: The Cultured collective uses authentic, traditional-style recipes to produce high-quality, raw fermented food and drink products that are not only healthy, but also delicious. Rich in probiotics, The Cultured Collective’s products are never heat‐treated, ensuring that the probiotic content is preserved.
Symprove: Symprove's unique probiotic formula helps improve or maintain a healthy gut bacteria balance. It is a water-based multi-strain supplement that contains 4 unique strains of live activated bacteria which include: L. rhamnosus, E. faecium, L. acidophilus, and L. plantarum. Normally a healthy gut would already contain all four of these, however, when it doesn’t, it can soon become unbalanced.