“Even if you made the worst 1st meal of your life, give yourself pat on the back and look at the positive side, you have finally decided to cook and take charge of your health.”
As a plant-based food educator, I often hear people complain that we don’t have time to cook, we don’t know how to cook, we don’t like cooking, and so on.Imagine that you are a good cook and you shall be! I honestly think everyone can cook you just have to try. You have to go in the kitchen and make it happen. Don’t be afraid to make a mess or cook something which is uneatable… this is a good start!
Ask for one-on-one consultations and cooking classes if you are interested in improving your overall health. Customized instruction can include designing budget-friendly and healthy meal plans, kitchen tips for efficient food preparation and a more productive grocery shopping experience.
Food for Life with Sapna
Food for Life is a collaborative effort of physicians, researchers, and nutritionists who have joined together to educate the public about the benefits of a healthful diet for improved health and disease prevention. Based in Washington, D.C., Food for Life is a program of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine. View ‘Food for Life’ Classes
Ingredients for 4 servings 1 cup brown basmati rice 2 cups water ¼ tsp salt In a hot skillet add rice, stirring occasionally let the rice toast on medium heat for 3-5 minutes. Now add water and salt, stir and let it come to a rapid boil. Reduce the heat to low and...read more
Popularly know as ‘Dal Fry’ Dal or lentils, peas and beans are cooked practically daily in almost every Indian home, vegetarian or not. Each region has its own favorites and cooking methods. Some are cooked with garlic and ginger, in addition to the staple spices of...read more
https://youtu.be/1BMlTV4gnWw Chai tea, or masala chai, is easy and economical to make at home. And this easy-to-make cashew milk makes it rich and creamy! Ingredients For the Chai 2 1/2 cups water 1 tsp black tea leaves or 2 black tea bags 4 green cardamom pods,...read more
What people are saying…
“After one of Sapna’s classes, you can’t help but be enthused about converting to a plant-based diet.”
Ali Lesjak, Fort Collins, CO
“I’ve been cooking for my large family for many years, but a desire to learn the basics of a simple, more health-sustaining cuisine led me to Sapna’s fabulous Food For Life series. Sapna is an inspirational teacher and a delightful coach! Her hands-on classes allow us to try new techniques and delicious, healthy alternatives. Life changing!”
Ty, Loveland, CO
“The Food for Life classes has changed the course of my health! My recent blood results showed positive improvements and I am feeling great. Sapna is an effective, supportive and knowledgeable instructor. I couldn’t have done this life-saving change without her.”
Lynn Gombos, Fort Collins, CO
About Sapna Von Reich
Sapna Von Reich is a native of Northern India, has been teaching authentic Indian cooking for 10 years in Northern Colorado. Fresh, healthy, and inspired cuisine is her specialty. In the past few years, she has expanded her repertoire by becoming a certified Food for Life Instructor for PCRM (Physicians for Responsible Medicine). She offers monthly cooking classes at Whole Foods Market, Fort Collins’s Food Coop, through Parks and Recreation at several Fort Collins Locations, the city of Loveland, and the city of Windsor. Sapna also lectures for many wellness programs, both city and corporate, in Northern Colorado, and offers kids cooking classes as well.
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“I believe that the greatest gift you can give your family and the world is a healthy you.”