Address and Time
02 de mar de 2022, 18:30 – 03 de mar de 2022, 22:30
Zoom.com class/ CB Health & Wellness Center
About the Event
Winter season is here! Learn how to do healthy, fulfilling and delicious soups that will keep you full and in good shape.
We will use the regular stove and also instant pot to cook these recipes.
You will learn 2 different types of soups.
The Virtual class will be through Zoom on Wednesday March 2nd at 6:30pm
The Class at CB Health & Wellness center on Thursday March 4th at 6:30 pm
Each IN PERSON class consist on up to 7 people, 1 on each table at the center and unlimited online. Each table will be cooking a specific recipe and also learning from the other tables. I will explain how to do each recipe and also we will be working together to make each recipe perfect!
After all the recipes are done everybody will be tasting the recipes they made and talking about their experiences.
An evening to spend with friends and to have a great time after work. Space is limited to up to 7 people.
Social distancing and masks are required, There will also be gloves , alcohol and antibacterial soap.
Vaccination is Required!
The ONLINE VIRTUAL class consist of a ZOOM call in which each participant should have all the ingredients ready to start cooking all together during the call.
We will send you an email with the recipes and the ingredients list that we will be using, and we will be letting you know if you will need to prepare something before the class
These classes are of 1 to 25 people.
It is recommended to use a computer with a camera, Phone, or tablet in which you will be able to show what you are cooking.
You can have some helpers with you in the kitchen while doing the class.
Both classes are a fun night to spend with friends and family.
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Emphasizes whole, minimally processed foods.
Limits or avoids animal products.
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Excludes refined foods, like added sugars, white flour and processed oils.
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