Bastyr University Clinic’s New Healthy Cooking Classes
Bastyr University Clinic’s state-of-the-art nutrition teaching kitchen will be bustling with activity this fall, with the launch of a new whole-food cooking series for the public.
The next Cooking for Healthy Living class will be held November 12. During this hands-on class, attendees will learn new techniques and wellness concepts while preparing a fresh, healthy, organic, whole-food meal. Classes are led by nutrition professional Fernanda Larson, MS, CN, in the Sorrento Valley clinic’s modern teaching kitchen.
Recipes prepared during class include Caramelized Onion Kale Salad, Three Sisters Stew and California Roastin' Chicken with veggie gravy. Attendees will receive generous samples to take home. Class size limited to 25 people.
Bastyr University California, the state’s first and only accredited school of naturopathic medicine, opened in San Diego’s Sorrento Valley in fall 2012. The University offers a Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine and a Master of Science in Nutrition for Wellness degree. The campus is a second location for Bastyr University, which was founded in 1978 in Seattle, Washington. Internationally recognized as a pioneer in natural medicine, Bastyr University offers science-based natural health education, research and clinical training. Bastyr University Clinic, the University’s teaching clinic, provides natural health care to San Diego families.
Cost: $40 includes all class materials. Discounted prices offered to college students, military, seniors and patients of Bastyr University Clinic. To RSVP visit BrownPaperTickets.com/event/2371109. For more information about this event or other classes, contact [email protected].