Meet me in the kitchen the week of Thanksgiving from Sunday to Thursday. In a series of live classes we will review daily steps for to be efficient in getting the meal ready, enjoy a creative activity and even take time to pause for a mindful eating activity.
I’m not holding back. You will be getting the combination of my great Aunt Thelma's’ closely held family heirloom recipes that are stepped in Fresh cooking techniques that have been modified by me over the last 30 years to be affordable, easy and fully plant-based. And, best of all, you can modify any of the recipes as you need to.
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Reinventing is the current theme of the times. This workshop is in part about getting recipes and a kitchen flow in an efficient way so that you can come into the day of Thanksgiving with a plan and meal ready to go with less stress.
I am inviting you into my kitchen!
LET'S GET COOKING
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* Recipes developed for any skill level with some variations for gourmet options.
*Adjustments can be recommended for anyone with food allergies although some recipes may have a different flavor profile.
Recipes to support your vitality and budget.
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30 Minute Mindful eating class will be hosted on Tuesday evening and is included as part of the course.
With COVID 19, we are experiencing unprecedented challenges in our lives. We are feeling constrained by the time at home and not having the freedom we were accustomed to.
Now is the time to search out and use principles of plant-based cooking to support our overall health and vitality.
In this workshop, we are looking at options for learning more about plant-based eating in this busy holiday season.
While working in her medical practices, Dr. Siri Chand began to see how offering lifestyle measures could allow health to be readily available to everyone through small actionable steps.
Food is TRULY the foundation for our daily health and vitality. It is so special to think about coming together in this time to share meals virtually. You will be getting tips about the eating locally and organic as affordably as possible.
I was first introduced to plant-based eating from my mom. The invitation to learn in more depth has continued since then and I am daily grateful. At that time, the principles held within this healing pathway sustained my life in such a powerful way that I even began to question my decision to become an allopathic doctor.
I completed a residency at Mayo Clinic in Internal Medicine in 2005 and moved to the southwest of the United States to learn from leaders in the Fellowship in Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona. Contributing as a guest lecturer in the fellowship enhanced my understanding of the unique depth of health that can be found in plants. And thus began my often unusual journey into plant-based eating and living.
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I am delighted to invite you to the table in this unprecedented time of healing on our planet. Plant-based eating is an important part of a sustainable future and I am excited to share this journey with you!
Sign Up Deadline Nov 19th