Chinese Medicine Culinary Class

Chinese Medicine Culinary Class 

Date: Friday 12th, Nov.

Time: 10:30-13:00

Cost: 350RMB, 300RMB for Members

While Traditional Chinese Medicine adheres to no “one diet fits all” perspective, there are certain nutritional and culinary guidelines that you can learn and take back to your home kitchen. . Naturopathy is a system that includes a mixture of traditional and alternative approaches to medicine. It focuses on using natural and noninvasive ingredients and techniques, such as herbs, exercise therapy, dietary changes, and massage, among many others.

Some people believe that alternative medicine is better than conventional medicine because it often focuses on natural substances, which some believe to be safer, gentler, or more suitable for the human body than manufactured medicines.

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And one constant is: always take advantage of seasonal ingredients, just like nature intended.

In this Traditional Chinese Medicine class, you will learn three healthy and delicious spring recipes that follow the principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine.


Menu (Vegetarian Option is available)

  • Braised Lamb with Red Date
  • Sweet and Sour Cabbage
  • Pumpkin Rice with Chicken & Lotus Seeds


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