Vegetarian Cooking Course
inspired by Ayurveda
Do you want learn how to cook delicious, nutritious
and simple vegetarian meals that cool the effects of the summer heat?
Do you want to learn more about the medicinal properties of food & spices?
Do you want to learn more about Ayurvedic nutritional wisdom?
According to Ayurveda, everything in the Universe is composed of 5 elements: earth, water, fire, air and ether. The human body is similarly composed of these 5 elements – the body and mind reflect the greater Universe. We are a microcosm of the macrocosm so when the seasons change it is important to change what we eat!
Join me for four Sundays in February and March for 3 hours of learning, cooking, creating, eating and fun!
The course will focus on food and lifestyle suggestions that are cooling in nature and will cover ingredients, equipment, Ayurvedic nutrition theory and a range of easy to prepare nutritious meals.
Dates: Sundays – 10th, 17th, 24th February & 3rd March
Time: 4 – 7pm OR 5 – 8pm (flexibility to suit the groups’ preference!)
Cost: R1 800 for the 4 sessions which includes all food, recipes and notes
R 900 non-refundable deposit secures your place
Venue: No 3A Nola Circle, Blairgowrie
To Book: Space is limited to 5 people, so please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 072 800 4982 and 011 781 4797
“I learned a great deal and had lots of fun at the same time. I have also felt great since eating the Ayurvedic meals which I now cook almost everyday. The best surprise was my family’s reaction to the change in diet, they all enjoy typical Western food with meat at every meal, so I was a bit worried introducing the new dishes………..but they now request the vegetarian meals! My whole attitude to cooking has changed and both shopping and preparing the meal has become a more relaxed and enjoyable experience.” Jean van Zyl
“I enjoyed discovering a different approach to nutrition and cooking; learning how to make my own ghee was wonderful! I also loved learning about the effects of different spices and pulses on the body, and your free approach to cooking. Best of all was eating this wonderful food, after simply watching it being prepared!” Reville Nussey