Fort Collins

Upcoming Classes and Workshops

Jan. 31: Indian Spices 101

In ancient times spices were as precious as gold; their healing properties were significant along with their use as preservatives. Indian food is popular throughout the world for its ease of preparation, and use of a healthy variety of vegetables, herbs, and, of...

Feb. 13: Instant Pot Meals

Did you buy an Instant Pot and now wonder what you can do with it? How about some quick and easy meals like Porridge for breakfast, Minestrone soup for lunch and Curry at night, all with one pot. Come to this class and learn about the possibilities. The best part is...

Feb. 28: Flatbread Flutter

This class is designed for anyone who is trying to avoid too much processed wheat or is trying to follow a GLUTEN FREE lifestyle. You don’t have to sacrifice the quintessential bread concept that we all crave in our food. You can make tasty flatbreads from wholesome...

Mar. 01: Healthy Cooking on a Budget

“There’s a lot of nutrition information out there, but also a lot of people who aren’t eating healthy. Many people want to include more organic and local foods in their meals, but feel it’s not within their budget. Don’t skimp on nutrition! Join us to learn some...

Mar. 07: Curry in a Hurry

What do you get when American efficiency meets the authentic Indian curry? Sapna introduces you to making curry in the modern world by teaching three different styles of making Indian curry, each taking less than 20 minutes. All dishes that are hot and spicy are not...

Mar. 20: Food for Life: Cancer Project

The Power of Food for Cancer Prevention and Survival. Studies have shown that a diet built from plant foods offers the most cancer-fighting protection of any. This 4class series includes discussion on maintaining a healthy weight and a variety of cancer related topics...

Apr. 12: Celebrating Spring Vegetables

Learn to use spring vegetables to make some delicious dairy-free vegetarian soups. Menu: Creamy Asparagus Soup and Spring Soups. Age: 14+  Location: Senior Center, Fort Collins  Note: Register with Senior Center at 970-221-6644. 4/12      TH       6:00 – 8:00 PM...

Apr. 24: Dal 101 – Indian Style Lentils

Dal, a Sanskrit name that refers to all pulses, legumes, and their food derivatives, still forms the mainstay of the amino acid (protein) supply to the largely vegetarian Indian subcontinent. Lentils also contain a copious amount of essential dietary fiber, vitamins,...

Windsor

Upcoming classes and workshops

Feb. 03: Comfort Foods for Kids’ Minds and Bodies

Indulge in some easy and healthy comfort foods. This is a hands-on cooking class so feel free to bring your aprons. All recipes are vegan-vegetarian friendly. Menu: Creamy Tomato Soup, Hearty Burgers, Homemade Vegetable Fries and a Warm Chocolate Cake Ages: 6-12...

Feb. 27: Crock-pot Curried Soups

Let your slow cooker make a warm and hearty curried soup for your dinner tonight. Join Sapna for this easy, delicious, gluten-free, diary-free and vegetarian class. Menu: Curried Black Bean Soup, Red lentils (dal) Soup and Carrot (Coconut) Curry Soup. Ages: 14+...

Mar. 12: Spring Break Food for Life Camp

Poor diet and lack of exercise put today’s children at greater risk for heart disease, diabetes, and cancer later in life. A foundation for healthy eating is needed to lessen the risk for chronic diseases. The curriculum highlights the positives of the four food...

Mar. 29: Hearty Greens for Body and Soul

Leafy Greens are a nutritional powerhouse that packs a punch of aesthetics, flavor and versatility at the same time. They can be deliciously sautéed and combined with a multitude of spices, grains, beans and other proteins. Ages: 14+ Location: Windsor Community...

April 20: Seed to Stomach – Sprouting 101

Compared to other foods sprouts are insanely bio-available which means your body can easily absorb them. They are also rich in fiber, vitamins, minerals, proteins and phytochemicals. Join local food educator, Sapna Von Reich, to learn how to sprout seeds, legumes and...

Loveland

Feb. 20: Healthy Ethiopian Dishes

Join us for this enjoyable and hands-on Vegetarian Ethiopian Cuisine class. You will have a chance to learn some basic cooking techniques and explore Ethiopian ingredients such as fresh herbs, grains and spices. Menu includes: Misir Wot (red lentils), Collard Gomen,...

Mar. 21: Plant-Based Cheese and Yogurt

Whether you are lactose intolerant, fighting high cholesterol or just looking for some healthy plant- based alternative to cheese and yogurt. Learn how to make homemade dairy-free milk, cheese and yogurt from scratch. Menu: Almond Feta, Parmesan, Fermented Cashew...

Apr. 19: Homemade Indian Flatbreads

Impress your family and friends with some exotic and fantastic Indian bread. Menu will include: Spinach and Mint bread, Cauliflower and Spiced Chickpea Flour bread, Potato-Stuffed Bread and Chai Tea. Age: 16+ Location: Chilson Center, Loveland Note: Register with...

Food For Life

Classes and workshops

Mar. 20: Food for Life: Cancer Project

The Power of Food for Cancer Prevention and Survival. Studies have shown that a diet built from plant foods offers the most cancer-fighting protection of any. This 4class series includes discussion on maintaining a healthy weight and a variety of cancer related topics...

Mar. 12: Spring Break Food for Life Camp

Poor diet and lack of exercise put today’s children at greater risk for heart disease, diabetes, and cancer later in life. A foundation for healthy eating is needed to lessen the risk for chronic diseases. The curriculum highlights the positives of the four food...

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