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Introductory Classes for the Raw Food Novice Who Would like to Make Food Taste Gourmet!

Darcy
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Oakland, CA
The Meetup at Heather Haxo Phillip's house was great. Everyone who came seemed to really enjoy the food and talk.
Heather has some upcoming classes that some of you might be interested in. I am going to assist her in each of the upcoming classes- (with the exception of the Green Juices and Smoothies which looks great too-)
I saw her method of sprouting at her her house and am excited to start my own in a similar fashion. See the posting below.

Darcy

(To register go www.rawbayarea.com or call 510-334-8424 or email heather@rawbayarea.com)

Several introductory classes for the raw food novice that would like to make food taste gourmet!

GREEN JUICES AND SMOOTHIES
April 23rd, 7 – 8 pm Whole Foods / Café Gratitude Oakland
April 27th, 6 – 7 pm Whole Foods Berkeley

$20 per person
Everybody knows that it is important to eat a lot of green leafy vegetables, but it can be hard to get enough servings in per day. In this fast paced class you will learn how to make your own green juice and smoothies.

You will learn:
• the nutrition behind green smoothies and juices
• how to get the most out of your juicer and blender
• how to keep costs low
• many delicious new recipes

To register to go www.rawbayarea.com or call 510-334-8424 or email heather@rawbayarea.com

LEARN TO MAKE YOUR OWN SPROUTS
April 29th, 5:30 - 6:30 pm Whole Foods / Café Gratitude Oakland
April 30th, 6 – 7 pm Whole Foods Berkeley

$20 per person
Sprouts are living foods rich in protein, enzymes and many nutrients. And, they are an excellent way to feed your family for very little money - a pound of greens can be started with only 25 cents! Perhaps you think sprouting might be too labor intensive? Think again! In this fast paced, one hour class you will learn everything you need to know about how to grow sprouts fast and easy. Bring your own glass jar. You will walk home with baby sprouts of your own.

You will learn:
• the complete nutritional information about sprouts
• How to feel comfortable sprouting using a jar, in dirt and in other mediums
• Several new recipes using sprouts

To register to go www.rawbayarea.com or call 510-334-8424 or email heather@rawbayarea.com

AMERICAN COMFORT FOODS
Monday, May 4th -- 6 - 8:30 pm -- Whole Foods Market in Oakland
$35 per person

Eating healthy and a Raw Diet doesn't have to mean living on salads, energy soups and fruit. These comfort foods will satisfy even the heartiest appetite, and appeal to the gourmet inside each of us.

In American Comfort Foods you will learn:
• How to make creamy shakes
• How to use cashews to replace sour cream in dips and dressings
• How to use a dehydrator to make burgers out of sunflower seeds and veggies - served with all the fixin's
• How shredding and marinating collards and other dark leavy greens make them as tender as cooked, without loss of nutrients
• How to make a classic cobbler in less than 30 minutes

Menu: Old-Fashioned Chocolate Milkshake, Vegetable Platter with Mock Sour Cream and Chive Dip, Garden Burgers with BBQ Sauce, Coleslaw, Southern Greens, Peach Cobbler

To register to go www.rawbayarea.com or call 510-334-8424 or email heather@rawbayarea.com

FLAVORS OF THE MEDITERRANEAN
Friday, May 8th -- 6 - 8:30 pm -- Whole Foods Market in Berkeley
$35 per person

Middle Eastern restaurants are always a hit, and with good reason--aromatic herbs, warming spices, and pungent flavors such as olives and feta cheese make this cuisine both exotic and comforting. Now you can enjoy all your favorites, even hummus and felafel, in the raw.

In Flavors of the Mediterranean you will learn:
• How to make no-bean hummus that tastes just like the traditional version.
• How to use a dehydrator to make savory felafel patties--no frying needed.
• How to make wheat-free tabouli.
• How to roll picture-perfect dolmas--with a zucchini "rice" filling and aromatic marinara sauce.
• How to substitute thinly sliced apples for phyllo pastry to create a luscious raw baklava.

Menu: Hummus, Felafel with Tahina Sauce, Tabouli, Greek Salad, Carrots with Moroccan Spices, Dolmas with Middle Eastern Marinara, Apple Baklava

To register to go www.rawbayarea.com or call 510-334-8424 or email heather@rawbayarea.com

ASIAN FUSION
Monday, June 8th from 6 - 8:30 pm - Whole Foods in Oakland
$35 per person
Everyone loves to eat with their hands and to take food "to go"--which explains the popularity of finger foods such as sandwiches. But the typical sandwich is high in carbs and can leave you feeling weighed down. Asian wraps, such as spring rolls and nori rolls, are the solution to energizing food on the go. Pair these wraps with other delicious entrées, sides, and dessert for an over-the-top pan-Asian feast! Click here to learn what others say about the classes.

In Asian Fusion you will learn:
• How to roll picture-perfect vegetarian sushi and spring rolls.
• How to use fresh, young coconuts to make homemade Thai coconut soup.
• How to make a vegetable teriyaki that tastes just like the traditional version—without heated oil, MSG, or white sugar.
• How to make a light, colorful, and refreshing tropical fruit sundae—the perfect finale for any Asian-themed meal.

Menu: Vietnamese Salad Rolls with Mock Peanut Sauce, California Rolls, Sunomono (Japanese Cucumber Salad), Mango Avocado Salad, Tom Kha (Thai Coconut Soup), Vegetable Teriyaki, Mango Ice Cream with Tropical Ambrosia

To register go www.rawbayarea.com or call 510-334-8424 or email heather@rawbayarea.com
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