Vancouver, BC (PRWEB) December 10, 2012
Rooted Nutrition is pleased to announce a winter session that will include four brand-new courses taught by local experts. Rooted Nutrition offers a variety of courses each quarter that are designed to empower people to bring better health into their home kitchens. The response to their efforts has been enormous.
“After a busy autumn session of cooking classes, Rooted Nutrition students are enthusiastically cooking healthy, eating local and wanting more,” explains Andrea Potter Owner of Rooted Nutrition. To help meet this enthusiastic response, Rooted Nutrition will be offering four brand-new courses taught by guest instructors who are experts in their specific niches in the world of healthy food and drink.
Guest instructors include baker and pastry chef Ellexis Boyle, who will be teaching a course on baking with whole foods, whipping up healthy versions of favourite baked goods. Holistic Nutritionist, herbalist and brewer Cedana Bourne will provide her expertise in teaching the first-ever herbal beer-making workshop. Dismissing the notion that beer is bad for you, Cedana will teach students how to infuse healing herbs into their brews while helping them explore the fascinating and ancient relationship between plants, alcohol and people. Fourth Generation Master Butcher, Sausage Maker and Registered Holistic Nutritionist Karsten Schellhas will be leading intimate, hands-on butchery and sausage-making classes.
"With our healthy cooking classes expanding to include even more topics in the holistic cooking realm, our classes are growing to meet the demands of our students," explains Potter. "It is such a pleasure to see new instructors share their craft with our students. It is my dream that Rooted Nutrition become a hub for community, healthy lifestyle and great food, and I see that in 2013 it is truly coming into its own."
Classes are held at 485 Commercial Drive,Vancouver, BC in the Woodland Smokehouse and Commissary on weekday evenings and weekends. To register for classes or learn more about the courses being offered during the Spring Session, visit Rooted Nutrition.
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