Vegan degustation at the Beet – make 2018 your best year yet

Sebastian and Heather at The Beet

Join the team at Beet, Byron’s vegan restaurant on 4 January 2018 and learn how to optimise your health through a plant-based diet with nutrition expert Robyn Chuter. The Beet team are promising this will be a fun and informative event that could be the way to make 2018 your best year yet!

Robyn will give a presentation that will include the five surprising health benefits of a plant-based diet, plus a Q&A, followed by a 6-course degustation. Booking and prepayment are essential – $70 per person including a welcome drink and canape on arrival.

Robyn is a university qualified naturopath in private practice since 1995, with a Bachelor of Health Science (Honours) and a Diploma of Naturopathy. She is an Australasian Society of Lifestyle Medicine-certified Lifestyle Medicine Practitioner and also holds a Graduate Diploma of Counselling from the Australian College of Applied Psychology.

Robyn was recognised as one of the Top 25 Most Popular Health and Fitness Services for 2016 by Health4You.

Degustation menu

Local organic stuffed zucchini flowers

Melon salad with organic local greens

Miso pumpkin & spinach crespelle

Fettuccini Boscaiola 

Raw key lime and avocado pie

Vegan cheese tasting plate

*All items are gluten free

More info: The Beet Vegan Restaurant
Woolworths Plaza, Jonson St, Byron Bay
Thursday 4 January 2018, 6pm start. For bookings and information call 6685 6520 or
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