Authentic Japanese Classics

In Japan, they have everyday meals known as Ichijyu Sansai which means “one soup and three dishes,” one is the main course which usually contains fish, chicken, pork, beef or tofu, and for the two side dishes, it’s common to use lots of vegetables. Rice and miso soup is commonly served at every meal. In … Continue reading »

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Meatless Monday

Meatless Monday is a campaign that started to encourage people around the world to eat less meat one day a week and consume more vegetables for the sake of their health and the health of the planet. We are here to help you do just that! When you know exactly what to do with vegetables … Continue reading »

Eat to Live: Nutrient Dense Foods

There are many diets out there and they all have one main thing in common: decreasing processed foods and increasing the intake of veggies. Eat to live is all about eating nutrient dense foods for optimal health. Nutrient dense foods are high in nutrients but relatively low in calories. They contain vitamins, minerals, healthy fats, … Continue reading »

Meals for the Ages

Youth does not have to be wasted on the young. In this class we cover the issue of aging, and more specifically oxidation, and how your diet plays a key role in how fast we age and the impact of poor diet choices. Our hands on cooking classes are set in a large communal teaching … Continue reading »

Mexican Party: Dia de los Muertos

Mexican Celebration: Dia de los Muertos or “Day of the Dead” is a Mexican tradition that honours our late beloved ones. It takes place on November the 2nd. Despite being a dark theme, this holiday is celebrated cheerfully! Instead of feeling fearful or sad, the mood on the Day of the Dead is much more … Continue reading »

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