The Wellness Kitchen and Say “Goodbye” in Templeton • Atascadero News


Ten years ago, a local Templeton’s wife set up a company for the San Luis Obispo County is a community that could eventually provide thousands of meals and broths to those in critical need, or otherwise seek healing through the power supply. There were bones in the broth of bars lining the streets of the major towns and cities, the local cuisine for thousands of gallons of this liquid gold…. Hundreds of people have attended their classes, and support groups, and many have felt that the hug-in-a-cup, with the famous medicinal tea. It is with sweet sorrow was still plenty filled with gratitude and joy, the founder of The Wellness Kitchen (TWK), and Nancy Walker, and the Board of Directors, announce that they will not be re-opening.

“I feel the greatest gratitude to everyone who made this cuisine what it was,” says Walker. “This is my personal opinion, based on the memory of my father and in honor of my mother, but it was the incredible community of volunteers, generous donors, businesses, clients, family and staff brought to life within these walls, and for the love of the food.

One of those amazing people, Dr is. Ganpule that the building was on the other side of the Twin Cities Hospital is located in The Wellness Kitchen for the past eight years. “Dr. Ganpule believes in our mission statement, which has enabled us to make a difference for so many people,” said mr Walker. “And you felt transformed by this happy place at the moment that you walked through those doors.”

The mission of the SYSTEMS to the food and beverage nutrient-rich foods, education, and resources to people with critical or chronic conditions, or who are striving for optimal health. An additional mission, it’s not so easy to summarize it in words, it was life-changing, heart-lifting effect and the feeling you get after you will be greeted by a smiling volunteer at the door. “My experience with you [Nancy] The Wellness Kitchen offers me a number of pretty difficult times,” said one of the volunteers, Katie E. “Being able to help others in a capacity that I so believe in me and outside of me and in the world at any time.

Since its re-opening after the fire, the building, the volunteers will be back in abundance. “I loved listening to their stories, laughs, and ideas,” says Walker of the kitchen volunteers. “Many of our volunteers have found a sanctuary here, and to experience a healing of the heart, which is necessary in order to find a place to belong.”

The Wellness Kitchen will be a temporary change of the site, a resource page of local companies, who will carry on the torch of helping people to heal through food, including, a Therapeutic chef and nutrition instructors, who have worked with the SYSTEMS over the years.

“You’ll be excited to see some of the local business to the area,” said mr Walker. And no, I’m not done cooking yet! Mark and I will have more time to spend with my mother, who is 86, and I hope that I use my therapeutic skills to be used by the Cancer Association of Havasu and while I’m at it.”


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