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Calling all Food lovers and Cooking Enthusiast-to learn fun Indian, Thai, Asian, Raw & Superfood Cooking with an expert in food, Nutrition and Cookery.

My name is Ravi and a trained Chef and qualified Nutritionist in Henley on Thames and I provide fun day and evening cooking lessons at my house: where you can experience different cooking styles, techniques and authentic super easy home cooked healthy meals you can make it at home & impress your family and friends. It is real home cooking, where we encourage hands on cooking to sharpens your skills and learn new techniques.

It is all about sharing with others, relaxing having a chat, laugh, exchanging experiences, ideas and getting along together.

Everyone is Welcome with a big heart , beautiful smile and empty stomach.

Get ready for your Culinary adventure.

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CELEBRATE INDIAN STREET FOOD ODYSSEY

Ravi's Kitchen

£45.00

Classic Indian Street food to Thai Culinary Experience to Super food cooking with great flavours and plenty of space for creativity & presentation, yet delicious and authentic. Try these fabulous Cooking Class and take home some wonderful food and recipes. MENU & HANDS ON COOKING 1. Vegetable Pakoras (Deep fried Vegetable Fritters) 2. Potato & Chickpea chaat (Tangy street food with layers of Potatoes, yoghurt, Tamarind and Pomegranate) 3. Saffron & Mango Drink Date: 26th of April 2019 Venue: Ravi’s Kitchen- Henley Cost: £45/person Only 4 Spot Left!!!!!! Time 11 am until 1.30pm Welocme and join my hands on Cooking and make some great food. Booking is essential. Please bring your Tupperware for take away options and comfortable indoor footwear. £10 deposit is needed to book your class. Look forward for the class.

LIFE CHANGING - HAPPY HORMONE WEEK

Ravi's Kitchen

£50.00

04th of MAY EXPERIENCE HORMONE COOKERY CLASS TIME: 10.00 AM • Fish & Tempeh cakes with sweet chilli • Humus layered Lettuce wrap • Ginger & Edamme Turmeric Fried brown Rice ------------------------------------------- Hormone cooking day will include: 1. Experience Cookery Day 2. Selection of Snacks, teas & refreshments 3. Lunch 4. Guide book to help you to assist and deal with Hormones 5. Q & A during the Cookery course ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- HORMONES PMS |MENOPAUSE | ANXIETY| MOOD SWING The Menopause is the major transition in the life of a woman, taking her from her childbearing years into a time of great satisfaction. At this transition phase of life, she will have a benefit of years of accumulated wisdom, increased financial stability, and more leisure time to enjoy life. What the experience tells that this this phase of life is only likely to be enjoyable when good health prevails. Menopause, which is defined as the loss of ovarian function characterized by the actual cessation of menses, is a natural stage of change in every woman’s life. In our youth obsessed society, many still view menopause as a sign of a woman’s body failing to work properly, and one that needs treating, often in the form of HRT (Hormone replacement therapy). Current research suggests that HRT may have more potential risk than benefits. However Menopause should be viewed as a natural transition phase in life, lot of cultures around the world celebrate when they reach this phase, and we should focus on balancing the hormones through lifestyle changes, diet changes and positive approach to life. For approximately three-quarter of women consuming western diet, the menopause brings a collection of unwanted and persistent symptoms including hot flushes, night sweats, insomnia, dry vagina and aches and pain etc. Natural Menopause can start at any time between the mid thirties and mid fifties, but is most common between the age of 45 and 55.Reduced sex hormone – Estrogen levels have a direct effect on the body, particularly tissue with an abundance of hormones receptors, such as adipose tissue, bone, bowl, brain, breast and cardiovascular system. Liver, skin and vaginal tissue: and urinary tract and uterus tissue. While this reduction in hormone levels can trigger certain menopausal symptoms, it may be the only cause. Consequently, a functional nutritional approach is required that addresses the changes in all body systems with the aim to restoring natural balance. Most doctors are willing to prescribe HRT in order to control the symptoms of the menopause, as this the approach the medical science is most familiar with. However research shows that up to two- third of woman who try HRT, come off it within the first year, due to side effects of dissatisfaction, and they are often left to fend for themselves.

LIFE CHANGING- HAPPY HORMONE WEEK

Ravi's Kitchen

£50.00

10th of MAY EXPERIENCE HORMONE COOKERY CLASS TIME: 10.00 AM • Vegetable & Lentil Pattys • Hemp & Goji berries protein balls • Rice paper rolls with vegan pesto ------------------------------------------- Hormone cooking day will include: 1.Life changing Experience Cookery Day 2. Selection of Snacks, teas & refreshments 3. Lunch 4. Guide book to help you to assist and deal with Hormones 5. Q & A during the Cookery course ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- HORMONES PMS |MENOPAUSE | ANXIETY| MOOD SWING The Menopause is the major transition in the life of a woman, taking her from her childbearing years into a time of great satisfaction. At this transition phase of life, she will have a benefit of years of accumulated wisdom, increased financial stability, and more leisure time to enjoy life. What the experience tells that this this phase of life is only likely to be enjoyable when good health prevails. Menopause, which is defined as the loss of ovarian function characterized by the actual cessation of menses, is a natural stage of change in every woman’s life. In our youth obsessed society, many still view menopause as a sign of a woman’s body failing to work properly, and one that needs treating, often in the form of HRT (Hormone replacement therapy). Current research suggests that HRT may have more potential risk than benefits. However Menopause should be viewed as a natural transition phase in life, lot of cultures around the world celebrate when they reach this phase, and we should focus on balancing the hormones through lifestyle changes, diet changes and positive approach to life. For approximately three-quarter of women consuming western diet, the menopause brings a collection of unwanted and persistent symptoms including hot flushes, night sweats, insomnia, dry vagina and aches and pain etc. Natural Menopause can start at any time between the mid thirties and mid fifties, but is most common between the age of 45 and 55.Reduced sex hormone – Estrogen levels have a direct effect on the body, particularly tissue with an abundance of hormones receptors, such as adipose tissue, bone, bowl, brain, breast and cardiovascular system. Liver, skin and vaginal tissue: and urinary tract and uterus tissue. While this reduction in hormone levels can trigger certain menopausal symptoms, it may be the only cause. Consequently, a functional nutritional approach is required that addresses the changes in all body systems with the aim to restoring natural balance. Most doctors are willing to prescribe HRT in order to control the symptoms of the menopause, as this the approach the medical science is most familiar with. However research shows that up to two- third of woman who try HRT, come off it within the first year, due to side effects of dissatisfaction, and they are often left to fend for themselves.

LIFE CHANGING- HAPPY HORMONE WEEK

Ravi's Kitchen

£50.00

11th of MAY EXPERIENCE HORMONE COOKERY CLASS TIME: 10.00 AM • Vegetable & Lentil Pattys • Hemp & Goji berries protein balls • Rice paper rolls with vegan pesto ------------------------------------------- Hormone cooking day will include: 1. Life changing Experience Cookery Day 2. Selection of Snacks, teas & refreshments 3. Lunch 4. Guide book to help you to assist and deal with Hormones 5. Q & A during the Cookery course ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- HORMONES PMS |MENOPAUSE | ANXIETY| MOOD SWING The Menopause is the major transition in the life of a woman, taking her from her childbearing years into a time of great satisfaction. At this transition phase of life, she will have a benefit of years of accumulated wisdom, increased financial stability, and more leisure time to enjoy life. What the experience tells that this this phase of life is only likely to be enjoyable when good health prevails. Menopause, which is defined as the loss of ovarian function characterized by the actual cessation of menses, is a natural stage of change in every woman’s life. In our youth obsessed society, many still view menopause as a sign of a woman’s body failing to work properly, and one that needs treating, often in the form of HRT (Hormone replacement therapy). Current research suggests that HRT may have more potential risk than benefits. However Menopause should be viewed as a natural transition phase in life, lot of cultures around the world celebrate when they reach this phase, and we should focus on balancing the hormones through lifestyle changes, diet changes and positive approach to life. For approximately three-quarter of women consuming western diet, the menopause brings a collection of unwanted and persistent symptoms including hot flushes, night sweats, insomnia, dry vagina and aches and pain etc. Natural Menopause can start at any time between the mid thirties and mid fifties, but is most common between the age of 45 and 55.Reduced sex hormone – Estrogen levels have a direct effect on the body, particularly tissue with an abundance of hormones receptors, such as adipose tissue, bone, bowl, brain, breast and cardiovascular system. Liver, skin and vaginal tissue: and urinary tract and uterus tissue. While this reduction in hormone levels can trigger certain menopausal symptoms, it may be the only cause. Consequently, a functional nutritional approach is required that addresses the changes in all body systems with the aim to restoring natural balance. Most doctors are willing to prescribe HRT in order to control the symptoms of the menopause, as this the approach the medical science is most familiar with. However research shows that up to two- third of woman who try HRT, come off it within the first year, due to side effects of dissatisfaction, and they are often left to fend for themselves.

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