Macrobiotic potluck and lecture

The Asheville Macrobiotic Alliance holds a vegan/macrobiotic potluck and lecture series at The Unitarian Universalist Church of Asheville (1 Edwin Place). The upcoming program on Sunday, Sept. 29, features a talk on “Healthy Travel Tips on Land, Sea, and in the Air.” 5 p.m. set up, 5:30 socializing and appetizers and 6 p.m. dinner.

From a press release:

Share your travel tips and questions. Learn what foods travel well, how to plan ahead, avoid jet lag, and arrive feeling great. Hear first-hand healthy travel stories. Learn web-sites to locate healthy restaurants and services in your destination. What to do for hotel or catered events? It is possible to keep control of your dietary goals as you are on the go!

RSVP: Reply to Jane via this email or call 828-299-8657 and let her know how many people in your group and what dish you plan to bring. See the list below if you want food ideas.

Donation: $5.00 per adult to pay for the space. Children under 14 free and quite welcome!

BRING: One macrobiotic quality, organic dish (4 dinner servings) per person. Couples, bring a double dish (8 dinner servings). Dishes and cutlery provided.

Attendees prepare delicious potluck dishes. Bring a simple or fancy vegan/macrobiotic quality dish. This is a chance to express that special culinary creativity in the kitchen!

The Macrobiotic Diet is an organic, whole foods, plant-based and seasonal way of eating. We ask that you please use organic, vegan ingredients (avoiding all animal-based foods) and omit refined sugars. Suggested sweeteners are brown rice syrup, barley malt, and maple syrup.


BEVERAGES: You may bring your favorite beverage. Hot teas are provided.

About Alli Marshall
Alli Marshall has lived in Asheville for more than 20 years and loves live music, visual art, fiction and friendly dogs. She is the winner of the 2016 Thomas Wolfe Fiction Prize and the author of the novel "How to Talk to Rockstars," published by Logosophia Books. Follow me @alli_marshall

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