Empowering People

The two souls that make up Seed 2 Soul workshops are Evan and Nicole Pemberton. They came together with the common goal of sharing their love of wholefoods, sustainable living and community education to launch Seed 2 Soul in 2014. Since then they have run workshops throughout Sydney and regional NSW.

“Our goal is to empower and inspire others by teaching the value of seasonality, sustainability and the benefits of traditional wholefood cookery. We bring years of practical experience in the kitchen integrated with nutritional knowledge. Our workshops are hands-on, fun and focused on sharing skills and building confidence.”

                                                                       

Evan Pemberton

Evan Pemberton has been working as a qualified Chef for the past 25 years and has a Bachelor of Health Science (Nutritional Medicine and Naturopathy). He currently works as a Commercial Cookery teacher at Le Cordon Bleu College and TAFE. Previously he represented Seed to Soul working with not-for-profit organisations such as The Bread & Butter project, Nourish Talks, Two Good soups and pilot cooking programs with Leichhardt council for ‘Youth in Crisis’. 

 

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Nicole Pemberton (née Evangelidis)

Nicole has worked as a Facilitator with the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation, teaching children and adults how to cook with produce from a kitchen garden.  Recently she worked with 5 Serves Produce, an organic farm on the banks of the Hawkesbury River. She is qualified with a Master of Public Health and is a researcher at The University of Sydney, focused on changing health behaviours and preventing chronic disease. She is also involved in a food education program at Marrin Weejali, Aboriginal Corporation.

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Ineka Pemberton

Ineka is the newest member of the Seed to Soul team! She enjoys gardening with mum, especially searching for caterpillars amongst broccoli leaves. Her favourite past-time is sourdough bread making with dad, especially patting her sourdough before it goes to bed.