Raw milk risks – putting them in perspective(15/Jun/14)-So straight up: there are risks of consuming raw milk. Lets not pretend otherwise. Raw milk may contain pathogens which can cause pretty unpleasant infections including Salmonella
Public Talks – 2014 update(10/Jun/14)-Venue: Bassil Shippam Centre, Tozer Way, Chichester,PO19 7LG Time: Friday, 7:30-10:00pm (doors open at 7:15) Cost: £6.00 inc tea/coffee Fri 11th July Glutens This not-to-be-missed seminar on one of
An orthodox paediatrician on vaccines(25/Nov/13)-This orthodox paediatrician, from America, shows a refreshingly intelligent reflection about the vexed matter of childhood vaccinations. Above is the shortened version of this interview.
November 9th 2013(23/Nov/13)-Lecture 1: World War 1 and the birth of Maxillo-Facial Surgery by Colonel Michael Williams; Lecture 2: Did the President of the Royal College of Physicians help Churchill win the war? by Dr Anthony Eisinger FRCP
Tickets now on sale!(12/Aug/13)-An unmissable evening of talks and presentations by leading authors and permaculture pioneers explaining how pasture can Save Farming * Solve Global Warming * Feed the World
What’s Better Than Strawberries & Cream?(1/Jul/13)-✓Low-carb ✓Gluten-free ✓Nut free ✓Ketogenic ✘Lactose-free Answer: Cream and Strawberries of course! It’s simply a matter of where you put the emphasis. Long gone are
Fifth Food & Health Group Meeting – Sugar(17/Apr/13)-30th March, 2:30pm – 40 attendees The reason for covering the subject of sugar on this occasion was partly due to the recent visit of Professor Robert Lustig to England,
Fourth Food & Health Group Meeting – Fats(17/Mar/13)-Our fourth meeting was perhaps the most important we have held so far. Dietary fats, especially saturated fats, have had such bad press for decades that the
Mouth Microbes – Diet and Dentists(21/Feb/13)-Ed Yong reports on a series of experiments carried out in the last few years where scientists have studied the oral microbes preserved in plaque on the teeth of archaeological skulls.
Pork Shoulder with Garden Vegetables(23/Dec/12)-This dish, like so many we eat here, is simplicity itself, yet the height of good eating. It shows why the English are famous for the (wrongly) maligned ‘meat and two veg’.
Mutton, Traditional English Pot-Roast(5/Nov/12)-✓Low-carb ✓Gluten-free ✓Lactose-free (Using ghee – clarified butter) There is nothing more English than mutton. (Er, except the name – ‘Mutton’ is French. C’est la vie!) Mutton has