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sandra messageOur ability to think and act is a reflection of our state of physical and mental health, which has at its foundation the food we cook and eat. Appropriate food can continually heal our bodies.Hippocrates taught that food should be our medicine and medicine should be our food. Read more....

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My Wholefood Community Cook Book

My Wholefood Community Cook Book

  Publishing April-May 2017. Thanks to all my wonderful wholefood community supporters, we have...

Class Schedule August-December 2016

Class Schedule August-December 2016

Please see drop down in SHOP & CLASS BOOKINGS for all information, prices...

Class Registration August-December 2016

Class Registration August-December 2016

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Sandra's Super Green Broccoli Avocado Miso Soup

Sandra's Super Green Broccoli Avocado Mi…

here's my favourite green soup. If you would like to see it being...

Crowdfunding My Wholefood Community Cookbook A Great Success

Crowdfunding My Wholefood Community Cook…

Hi healthy food enthusiasts Thank you for your support in my successful crowdfunding campaign...

Nutrition and Wholefoods for Wellbeing course at CAE Melbourne

Nutrition and Wholefoods for Wellbeing c…

  for Sandra Dubs classes at CAE Melbourne click here for prices and bookings...

"Eat Food Mostly Plants Not Too Much" Michael Pollan

"Eat Food Mostly Plants Not Too Muc…

In Defense of Food: An Eater's Manifesto   Read Michael Pollans article in THE NEW...

Body In Balance:Are You Acidic or Alkaline?

Body In Balance:Are You Acidic or Alkali…

       written for Wellbeing Magazine in 2011 By Sandra Dubs

Rawfood Recipes for Using Your Super Blender

Rawfood Recipes for Using Your Super Ble…

These are the recipes for youtube session 1. posted 20 February 2013 USE YOUR...

Umeboshi Plum It Up

Umeboshi Plum It Up

The Umeboshi plum really is nature's cure-all. This month’s column comes from Melbourne wellbeing...

Miso The Miracle Worker

Miso The Miracle Worker

Me so hung over? Miso to the rescue! Melbourne health and wellbeing expert Sandra...

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Classes specialize in vegan, gluten free, dairy free, sugar free, egg free and we do our best to cater to those with all food intolerances. Please email with your enquiry.
AUGUST - DECEMBER 2016 CLASSES    
SPECIAL !  INTRO CLASSES 3 SESSIONS ALL INCLUSIVE $370
 
 
 
 

 

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Corporate & Private Group Events

SANDRA IS AVAILABLE FOR PRIVATE WHOLEFOOD NUTRITION AND COOKING CLASSES FOR YOUR SPECIAL EVENT

The kitchen in North Caulfield is suited for groups of 5-10 and other venues are available for larger groups.

      • Corporate Team Building
      • Men’s Groups
      • Women’s Groups
      • Fundraising events
      • Prewedding ,Singles, Xmas

AVAILABLE FOR CORPORATE WELLBEING SEMINARS

Tailored to your need . Fees on application

As an educator in Food As Medicine some of Sandra’s seminars, presentations and articles on aspects of health have included……

  • Eating to maintain a healthy balance –Alkalising and acidifying foods
  • Choosing whole foods wisely to maintain good energy and health
  • Food and Sex
  • Food and Mood
  • read more by clicking here

     

     

Classes 2017

2017 program

Dear My Wholefood Community,

I am taking a break from scheduling public classes until later in the year.

Private individual, group and corporate wellbeing classes and consultations are still available so please email with enquiry. Fees on application.

My Wholefood Community Cook Book will be published in the next few months so please check in again for news.

Meanwhile please join My Wholefood Community facebook page and instagram @mywholefoodcommunity for health supportive posts and nutritional wholefood recipes.

Good health,naturally from Sandra

 

August - December 2016 class schedule

Intro To Wholefood Nutrition & Cooking October 23 plus cooking class

High Protein Beans and Mineral Rich Greens October 27

Spring Renewal Plant Based Wholefoods October 30

Anti Inflammatory Wholefood Cooking November 5

Alkalizing Plant Based Cooking November 6

Wholefood Cooking For Healthy Bones November 17

Summertime Cool Plant Based Wholefoods November 27 & December 4

Private Group Classes available during week in North Caulfield

Special Package - Intro Class Plus 1 Cooking Class

Recipes

Sweet Potato Turmeric Miso Soup

Sweet Potato Turmeric Miso Soup

Serves 4

1 small                             Sweet potato

10cm piece                     kombu or wakame sea vegetable

4 cups                             water

400ml tin                          coconut milk (organic and unsweetened is best)

¼ cup                              white miso paste

1 tbsp                              turmeric, fresh grated or 1 tsp ground

1-2 tbsp                           lime juice

Seasoning                        black pepper, dried herbs, chili flakes or ginger juice

Garnish                            toasted coconut flakes or crushed almonds

  • Peel sweet potato, cut into cubes and steam until softened (about 8-10 minutes).Let cool.
  • Place water into soup pot and add kombu or wakame. Allow to soak for 15 minutes, and then bring to a simmer over medium heat. Remove sea vegetable as soon as water starts simmering (for a brighter, clear orange coloured soup) or if you like you can blend the sea vegetable into soup in the next step.
  • Place this stock into a blender; add sweet potato, coconut milk, miso paste and turmeric. Blend until smooth
  • Return to pot and bring to a gentle simmer. Do not boil as this will destroy the delicate properties of miso.
  • Remove from heat and stir in lime juice.
  • Season as desired.
  • Garnish with toasted coconut flakes or crushed almonds to serve.

Spinach Cashew Soup

Spicy Tempeh Strips

Spicy Tofu Burgers

Carrot Coconut Miso Soup

Sandra’s Lentil Walnut Pate Recipe

Sandra’s Whole Cuisine – Cooking With Sauces and Quick Pickle

Sandra’s Whole Cuisine – Cooking With Legumes

Sandra’s Whole Cuisine – Cooking With Wholegrain

Sandra’s Whole Cuisine – Cooking With Noodles