Susan’s Kitchen: See What’s Cooking!

SWB02Horizoltal.jpgSWB02Horizoltal.jpgSusan's Kitchen 1Susan’s Kitchen is located at 20 Clarks Lane in Reisterstown, 21136

Susan teaches vegetarian cooking classes based on Ayurveda – food is medicine – but it’s also delicious! Join us for basic cooking lessons, spice and salt classes, juicing, soups, seasonal, gluten free, kid’s classes, cooking for optimal health and more. 

You will also find guest chefs and cookbook authors throughout the year! 

Susan’s Kitchen is also available for private events, corporate retreats, parties and more. 

To sign up for a cooking class, you can email susan@susans-kitchen.com or call 410-979-2096. We take pre-payment for classes to ensure your space. For the most up-to-date information, please sign up to receive our e-newsletter! Of course, classes are 100% vegetarian with vegan and gluten free options. 

Susan, the former owner of breathe bookstore cafe, is also a Chopra Center Certified Ayurvedic Life-Style Counselor, cooking teacher and meditation teacher. Susan had a profound transformation in her life when she began practicing Ayurveda in 2007. She not only lost 50 pounds and 80 points off her cholesterol, she also discovered a lasting path to health and healing that is her mission to share with others. 

03/26/2017 : 1:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Ayurvedic Cooking for Spring!

Spices and herbsThe ancient India system of health and well-being, Ayurveda, recognizes that food is the best medicine. And food is seasonal! Typically in colder seasons we crave soups, cooked foods, heavier stews and warming tonics. In Summer we want cooler foods and drink, raw or lightly cooked vegetables, coconuts, cool juices. What should we eat in the Spring? 

Spring is Kapha (earth and water elements) season in Ayurveda – the ground is heavier andDSC_8436 wet with rains, foliage begins to bloom, the atmosphere becomes heavier with pollen, the days get longer. This can cause allergies, colds, excess phlegm, headaches, and lethargy. 

Ayurveda believes in using opposites to balance the season and the doshas – your mind-body constitution. So in Spring, we want to eat lighter foods that help us balance excess fluid, warm us up – but not too much, and help us to shed any winter weight we naturally put on. 

ayurveda-rising1391003144In this class you will learn recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinner to help you feel lighter and more energetic. We will also create spice mixes – churnas – to balance your dosha – you can take this churnas with you when you eat out to help you digest your food and keep you balanced. Bring a container for leftovers and a glass jar or spice jar to take home your churna.

Cost: $49. Class is 100% vegetarian with vegan options offered. Email me at susan@susans-kitchen.com to sign up! Or you can call me at 410-979-2096.

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