Jillaine is a food as medicine practitioner and author walking the talk on an organic farm in the Huon Valley Tasmania. Her book Low Thiol Recipes addresses symptoms associated with mercury toxicity from amalgam fillings and environmental exposure.
What a delightful day it was, last Saturday 25th January at Paddy's Paddock. Just a stone-fruits throw from Spring Bay Mill this is where all of the produce for SBM events and functions is being produced. I loved the walking path that meandered down through the eucalyptus forest, then to emerge with a clear uninterrupted view of the sandy bay, crystal waters and Paddy's market garden was simply delightful.
Marcus and his crew have done an amazing job converting this bare block of dirt in the thriving, bug-brimming cornucopia that it it.
I felt honoured to be invited to give a food as medicine presentation at the event. I spoke about correct food preparation to ensure that we break down the anti-nutrients in many plant foods. We also discussed microbial diversity and how to preserve and nurture it through diet.
I've attached the recipes from the day as promised for the folk who visited me on the day and heard my presentation.
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If your looking for an amazing function facility do take a look at Spring Bay Mill here in Tasmania's South East.
Summer Salad w Asian Dressing
Shred the vegetables finely into a bowl
Place the dressing ingredients into a glass jar and shake to combine and toss through the salad.
Optional: Serve topped with a sprinkle of dried anchovies which have been fruit in coconut oil.
Green beans w garlic & goat’s cheese
Jillaine is passionate about Traditional FOOD AS MEDICINE. She lives on an organic farm in Cygnet Tasmania.