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Go Without Gluten: Spiralizer Pasta

  • The Chattery at Chattanooga WorkSpace 302 W 6th Street, Suite 3L Chattanooga, TN 37402 United States (map)
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Although Zucchini is available year round,  the Spring and Summer months have a local abundance!
Using a spiralizer, we will learn how to create “zoodle noodles!" and show the many dishes they can be used in, both raw and cooked.

We will also prepare two raw sauces, both vegan and bursting with nutrient dense ingredients.  This low calorie, high energy food choice is one you are sure to start eating more of.  There is no substitute for the nutrients we get from plants - come learn how to add more rainbow food into your life!  The recipes are vegan, gluten and dairy free.

This class is hands-on. All supplies included.

About the teacher:

Diane Hoch is a Certified Nutritional Health Counselor and Natural Food Chef who counsels clients and students on their journey to vibrant health. Her expertise lies in empowering people to find the connection between the foods we eat and how it effects our overall health and well being. Diane is the CEO & Founder of The Food Evolution, a cooking and nutrition center located in Rockland County, NY. Since 2010 The Food Evolution has been offering classes designed to teach people to prepare delicious and nutritious “whole foods” for themselves and their families. It is also inclusive of her private practice for Nutritional Counseling and Corporate Wellbeing Programs. Diane earned her certification from Columbia Teacher’s College and the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in NYC. Her education provided extensive training for an integrative approach to nutrition based on bio-individuality. Not only does Diane teach cooking classes privately, she offers them in Corporate Kitchens and as a Guest Chef at many venues across the country including Spas (The Lodge at Woodloch) and Health and Wellness seminars (The Employer Healthcare and Benefits Congress. Her online cooking videos are featured on LivStrong and EHow, and can also be found on her own website www.thefoodevolution.com

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