The Natural Living Workshop - Let's Get Started Eating Raw Foods - led by Chef Linda Lagos on Saturday May 11 from 1 PM to 4 PM was (again!) a wonderful experience for all the participants, according to the comments, emails and phone calls I have received. If you missed this very educational, yet fun workshop, make sure you register next year (Saturday May 10, 2014).
Participants are always limited to 8. Register by clicking on the picture of the Mortar & Pestle in the Attend Workshop box on the home page, or call 615-337-9791. Registration will close on the end of day Sunday prior to the event or after the 8th attendee registers, whichever happens first. This year the workshop was fully booked weeks prior to close of registration! So don't wait until the last minute to register, if you want to make sure to get into the workshop.
The workshop includes:
Basic equipment used in raw foods
Discussion about raw foods
Small group for more personalization
Student participation in preparing foods
Sampling of foods prepared
BONUS: Stay after workshop to learn how to make Thyme's Apricot Almond Mayonnaise!
Linda Lagos is a certified raw food chef/instructor who studied at Living Light Culinary Arts Institute. Chef Linda’s personal experience as a home cook, wife, and mother brings an exceptional depth to her innovative yet uncomplicated recipes that help support the transition from a “Standard American Diet” to a healthier lifestyle full of delicious raw foods.
Her first recipe book, Let’s Get Started Eating Raw Foods, is written for beginning “un-cooks” with shorter preparation time requirements and minimal investment necessary for kitchen equipment. Simple preparation makes her recipes manageable for active families who seem to never have time to prepare healthy meals at home. Linda’s second recipe book, Living Foods For Everyone, takes the art of uncooked food to an exceptional level and includes recipes for dehydrated dishes, pizza crusts, crackers, brownies, and even “ice cream” sandwiches.
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