You may have tried out a few food trends in your life, bet it’s very likely you haven’t tried a diet which keeps your body functioning at full throttle. Bitten Goodfoods is hosting an event at Parlour Wine Rooms Wednesday 10 July, which entertains food trends of the future. Not that we needed another reason to drink cocktails, but what if your cocktail at the end of a working day could balance your adrenals and eliminate stress? What if that kick from your morning coffee could last longer? Or you could enhance how switched on your brain was? Well, you can. And at this event you won’t only be trying a range of the products over 5-courses, you will also learn how to adapt your home cooking and reap these benefits all the time.
The event puts a microscope on the superpowers of certain foods, which hold the power to change the way we function on a day-to-day. Foods that help you to gain control of your body. It’s a mix of the cutting edge science behind specific foods – eating as if we’d returned from the future – eating to unlock our potential – but consuming mindfully for the environment.
This unparalleled culinary experience is promising all your encounters with the ingredients on show will be lifechanging for their function and for their flavour.
So what are the food trends of the future?
Functional foods: foods that cater to the modern lifestyle and are potently powerful in sleep enhancing, stress relieving, energising, motivating.
Notropics: foods that enhances the function of your brain such as MCT oil and Lions Mane.
Upcycled products: using every part of the plant/animal to ensure zero waste. For example, tigernut/hemp milk uses hemp fines which are usually considered ‘unsellable’ due to their less perfect form, and then once the oils are extracted from the fines for the milk we use the fibre to make bliss balls.
Back the future: People are now looking to wisdom of the past and researching how old practices can ensure a thriving future, an example of this is fermentation for products like Kombucha or tea elixirs.
Biohacking: focuses on individual metabolism, and avoids blanket diets imposed on people. One size does not fit all. For example, your DNA sequence is made of two genomes, one which is inherited and the other microbiome genome which you can mould based on foods you eat.
Tickets are $120 pp, bookings are essential.
Tickets available from Eventbrite.