Cooking Classes


Gluten free baking and cooking may seem overwhelming at first, but it soon becomes easy and manageable. There is no reason to sacrifice taste for health.

In this class, you will learn how to make a basic GF flour, learn about the immense options of flour for GF cooking and baking and important tips to make baking gluten free fool proof, along with some delicious recipes for day-to-day GF cooking and baking.


There is nothing better than coming home from work and having nutritious, delicious dinner ready. Besides, when we cook our own meal, we know what goes in, and we save a lot of money. Batch cooking is the way to go for busy people that want to eat healthy and still have time to enjoy their loved ones.

In this class, you will learn a series of weekly meals and how to prepare them in batch cooking to maximize your groceries and minimize your preparation time.


Our food should taste good, look good, smell good. Vegetables and greens can be tasty and they are disease fighting foods.

In this class, you will learn how delicious a vegetable dish can be, how much variety it adds to every meal, and it will leave you wanting more.


It is certain we get tired of the same salad everyday and salads are wonderful ways of adding raw food to our diet. We all know commercial salad dressings are full of additives, and sugar. It is quick and easy to make at home, and you can control quality.

In this class, you will learn a variety of delicious salads and salad dressings that will certainly become part of your diet.


Kombucha is fermented tea. It is delicious, healthy, and a winner as replacement for soda. It is easy to make, but a little scary if you haven’t done it before. It can have a variety of flavors. We all need some fermented food added to our diet. Kombucha is a delicious easy, cheap way of doing it. You will take home a organic “scoby” so you can start making your own Kombucha immediately after the class.


Fermented foods have been a part of many cultures around the world. It is an easy way to add probiotics to our diet. Sure, you can buy it at the grocery store, but you will lose the potency when preservatives are added to extend the shelf life.

Come to join me and learn to make kimchi, cultured veggies, kefir, pickles, and sauerkraut. It is so delicious and easy. You will love