Learn to Cook – Thai Inspired – Britannia CC

2016-10-26 6:00 pm - 2016-10-26 8:00 pm
Britannia Community Centre
Britannia Community Services Centre, Napier Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada

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3 Part Nutrition Series: Learn to Cook Simple & Nutritious Asian Meals Featuring unique Asian inspired recipes

Learn about how nutrition can help you combat stress, maximize your energy & get the most out of life! Fabian is a holistic health coach and chef. He specializes in making nutrition easy to understand as well as making Asian, East Indian and European cuisine convenient to cook, fun, healthy and absolutely delicious.

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Session 3 – Thai inspired “Mee-dicate”

Want to impress everyone at a potluck? You will learn the secrets of making this irresistible and highly addictive rice noodle dish! In this session, you will also learn how to overcome stress and anxiety. Learn about the foods and techniques that can help you with gaining better sleep. vegetarian, vegan, gluten free

Wed 6:00-8:00pm Oct 26

Pre-teen Centre $20/sess 78997

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