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Kids’ Cookery Class with Natasha at Cafe Joly with 10% Off For Our Readers

by Elva Carri

Children’s Cookery Class with Natasha’s Living Foods


In association with Laya Healthcare’s City Spectacular

Sunday 27 July, 11 am

Join Natasha from Natasha’s Living Foods for a cookery class for kids at Cafe Joly in the National Library this Sunday the 27th of July. It’s the perfect way to get your kids excited about flavours, vegetable preparation and even kiddie knife skills! Safety first of course. At the end you’ll be presented with a meal cooked especially for you by your kids as well as the joy of seeing them getting enthusiastic about eating fun, health food.

To avail of our 10% off offer when booking on entertainment.ie (Book your tickets here), simply private message us through our Facebook page, direct message us on Twitter or email editor@positivlife.ie and we’ll send our secret coupon code straight on to you. Tickets are limited to get in touch soon and book immediately to avoid any disappointed kiddies or having to cook your own dinner Sunday ;)

For children 6-8 years and must be accompanied by a parent of guardian.

More about Natasha and Raw and Living Foods

The Raw and Living foods movement is a diet based on naturally grown, wild or organically and sustainably raised fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds and sprouted grains. Natasha’s range of foods are completely free of animal products, and chemically processed or pasteurised ingredients. She uses fair-traded ingredients wherever available, and opts for organic. The beauty of raw foods is that the ingredients are very simple. Because nothing is processed, everything comes in its raw, natural state.



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