Thursday, May 24th
spices and herbs

photocred:Chris McLaughlin

Date: April 17th from 11-2pm

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Location: Canadian School of Natural Nutrition, Kitsilano, Vancouver (MAP)

Cost: $75/general

$65/3 class package deal

$50/9 class package deal

(Learn more about pricing, FAQ here)

These recipes are free of gluten, eggs, dairy and animal products

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(*dairy-free, egg-free, veggie, wheat and grain-free)

When diet is wrong medicine is of no use.
When diet is correct medicine is of no need.
~Ayurvedic Proverb

Let your herbs and spices enrich your life! Those beautiful herbs that you have grown in the windowsill or picked up at the market as well as common culinary spices are full of health benefits! The next step is to learn how to incorporate them into your kitchen pantry and medicine cabinet!

This introductory class explores common culinary herbs and spices in both tasty recipes and home remedies like teas, medicinal vinegars, super-food herbal condiments and more…

In the kitchen: The confident cook’s secret is to use a variety of herbs and spices, to know which ones compliment which foods, to use the senses to know how much to add…

We’ll be making a spiced home-made seasonal chutney and a green garden herb sauce to accompany our South Indian-inspired roasted cauliflower curry. Culinary tips and resources for how to use and pair spices and herbs to create flavourful, anti-oxidant-rich and healthy meals.

In the medicine cabinet: From perking up to calming down as well as remedies for minor ailments such as rashes, sore throats and colds,  gas and abdominal discomfort…this class will expand upon your love and appreciation of herbs and spices. Info and resources on common culinary spices and herbs with extraordinary benefits.

New:The Spring version of this class includes using wild spring greens such as stinging nettles as food and medicine, tonifying and liver-cleansing foods.

Menu:

You’ll be making a batch of Medicinal Herbal Vinegar to take home

Fortitude of Health and Vitality Tonic

Herb Vinaigrette on Spring Cleansing Salad

Loveage Lentil Soup with Stinging Nettle Pesto

Lavender ‘Pots de Creme’ dessert

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2 Responses

  • Suzanne McCallum November 18th, 2015

    Hi Andrea,
    Would like to know if I can use this class for Culinary Herbalism toward the class that I didn’t go to (Kombucha Class In June 2015) as my son had his Grad Ceremony on that day.

    Oh also, my sister, Trina Briggs would like to go too. Lol. She of course knows she will be paying for this class. Should she pay it online or when we come to class?

    Also, my email has changed so I haven’t been getting your newsletters, I’d like those too please. 🙂

    • Andrea Potter (old.wholefoodscooking.ca) November 19th, 2015

      Hi Suzanne,
      Sure! I’ll use your credit and register you for the Herbalism class. I’ll and your new email to the newsletter and I’ll email you about the rest:-)



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