Kim H wrote:Not quite sure under which forum to place this, but I wondered if anyone had ever taken UofL's Lifelong Learning class for Natural Foods to Enhance Your Health? I signed up for it today as it sounded interesting, informative, and fun, but wondered if others had any experience with it. I imagine a lot of what they will cover I am aware of, but love to get further input/knowledge, and I tend to do better in a more structured learning environment.
Madeline M wrote:I took a class with a lady that was from NIWH and it was very interesting. She did mostly raw foods and most everything she made was done in a Vitamix. She did her class over 6 weeks and each class was for a type of food (breakfast, lunch, soups, healthy smoothies, dinner and dessert) and she tried to add in some ethnic foods too. There were a lot of things used I'd never heard of at the time, about 14 years ago, but are a bit more common place now. It was very informative and way ahead of some of the diet crazes.
My instructor was crazy about the Vitamix. She really pushed it as being the must have tool in the kitchen to do the type of cooking she was doing. She had trained at NIWH and also at a holistic school in Atlanta and one of them used the Vitamix as the main/only tool in the kitchen. While the class was really neat, at the same time it was kinda like a 6 week long infomercial for Vitamix. I finally talked my husband into one last month!
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