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Saturday, March 12th, 10am-1pm
After months of cold and darkness, even Goldilocks needs more than a bowl of porridge. Awakening from a long winter’s rest, sleepyheads and early-birds need foods that are cleansing, nourishing and balancing for the body. In the spirit of Spring, this workshop will help revitalize your morning rituals and renew your breakfast creativity.
Ancient healing traditions as well as contemporary holistic medicine agree that optimum fuel sources aid the human body during seasonal transitions. Lisa Marie Peloquin will share a variety of savory and sweet breakfast preparations from around the world. This workshop will show you how to begin your day with healing foods that amplify the life-giving energy of Spring.
- Diversify your morning meals with a variety of delicious plant-based and gluten-free breakfasts
- Explore the healing benefits of culinary traditions from a cross-cultural perspective, including recipes from India, France, Egypt and even California 🙂
- Learn how specific ingredients and preparations help to support the body and mind during the transition from Winter to Spring
- Ditch the packaging: Learn how to make vegan cheeze and gluten-free flatbreads at home
- Relieve and diminish seasonal allergies through plant-powered nutrition
This rich morning of culinary adventures will present more than cooking ideas and techniques. After our explorations of food and healing, you will leave more empowered– with new strategies for vibrant living and a satisfied tummy.
Maximum class size is 8
$44 plus $10 materials fee (organic groceries, hand-outs and recipes)
We would like to make classes/programs accessible to all who are interested. In some cases, sliding scale and/or energy exchange are available to make class participation possible. If you have such a need, please don’t hesitate to ask! Call 360-837-88733, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Lisa Marie Peloquin, Ph.D., lives among the beautiful plants and animals of the Columbia River Gorge. A cultural sociologist and Culinary Nutrition Expert, Lisa’s work helps others to create healing foods that nurture life within our bodies, relationships, and environment. When not in the kitchen or the forest, you can find Lisa on: