Daylesford Discusses is a series of friendly, open format events where we bring together a panel of experts to highlight and debate a variety of issues around food, health, wellbeing, sustainability, balance and conscious choices.
The event on Monday 4th February 2019 at our Pimlico farmshop will be on the topic of eating less meat.
The inspiration for this particular topic is from a question we often hear at Daylesford: people are interested in whether they should be eating less meat and choosing better quality if they do choose to eat meat, but are not sure how to go about it.
We expect the discussion to cover topics such as health and environmental sustainability, practical tips e.g. choosing underrated “nose to tail” cuts, budgeting for better quality food, understanding various sources of protein, plant-based diets, and feeding the demands of a growing population.
We are delighted to confirm the following panellists:
- William Sitwell, restaurant critic for the Telegraph
- Amber Locke, fruit & vegetable artist, cookbook writer and self-professed “veg evangelist” who advocates eating a high raw food diet
- Clodagh McKenna, chef, cookbook writer and Evening Standard columnist and television presenter
- Rhaya Jordan, resident nutritionist at Daylesford
- Tim Field, Environmental Scientist at Daylesford
This event is free, but please do register your attendance to help us keep track of numbers. Please mark your diaries for what is sure to be an illuminating and inspiring evening.
DATE: Monday 4th February 2019
LOCATION: Daylesford Pimlico, 44B Pimlico Rd, Belgravia, London SW1W 8LP
TIMINGS: 6:30pm – 8.30pm
BOOKING: Free event, please register your attendance below to help us keep track of numbers.