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14 Apr

Practical approaches to food and cooking in a hectic world

Greenwich Pantry Cookery Experiences

Greenwich Pantry is a London based independent food boutique running cookery experiences.

We find practical approaches and solutions to food in our hectic world.

At Greenwich Pantry food boutique, we help our customers lead healthier lifestyles by curating a healthy store cupboard with artisan, vegan, and food free from artificial substances. We are great proponents of eating nutrient rich food and balance is a recurring theme in our work. We support the principles of heathy eating demonstrated in the highly acclaimed eat well plate which suggests the amounts to eat in order to maintain a nutritiously balanced diet. These principles have been around for years and when followed is liberating for those who seek long term health benefits and enjoyment of food.

At Greenwich Pantry our fellow foodies can buy a variety of healthier food options and introduce their tastebuds to exciting food concepts, simple recipe ideas and shopping tips. we offer a variety of food and lifestyle services; come along to food events and cooking classes where you’ll learn to cook and develop great culinary skills.

Food is nourishment and a means to a pleasurable end.

With our experienced helpful chefs, we run cookery classes for beginners and enthusiasts and open up your world to simple recipes you’ll keep for life.

We’ll help you think about what you eat and why.  We love talking about food and learning new things about all aspects of food so come along to our pop events in Greenwich.

If you want to discuss booking private classes for healthy eating or a pantry makeover, email or call 0203 0927238

We look forward to hearing from you and to your visit at a Greenwich Pantry Food event.

Very Best xx

The Team at Greenwich Pantry

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