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Introducing Guest Blogger Ankur Parikh, M.D.

Ankur Parikh, M.D. is an emergency room physician who has his earned a certificate in Food Therapy from NGI, has studied Ayurvedic Science, and learned advanced culinary techniques at Basque Culinary Center. Ankur has had a passion for food since he was young. As a first generation Gujarati American, his family, like many others, was […]

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Q&A with NGI Alum Gabrielle Kennedy

Gabrielle Kennedy is a graduate of the Chef’s Training Program. After completing her training at NGI, she dove into the restaurant world, working at Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s Mercer Kitchen in New York City, and The Ravens vegan restaurant in Mendocino, California. Gabrielle now works as a freelance caterer and private chef, and she recently completed four months […]

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Celebrate National Culinary Arts Month

Did you know that July is National Culinary Arts Month? This celebratory month promotes the awareness of professional cooks and chefs and their contributions to new culinary trends. At Natural Gourmet Institute we are always thrilled to celebrate the work of our student chefs, alumni, and chef instructors. Check out the many ways NGI has […]

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Baby Steps for Better Health: Fourth of July

Welcome to our series, “Baby Steps for Better Health,” where we share small food, nutrition, and sustainability tips that go a long way. This month we are sharing a few tips on ways you can celebrate a healthier Fourth of July without having to deprive yourself of enjoyment. With Fourth of July around the corner, […]

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Staying Cool in the Kitchen

Summer officially begins on June 21st, which means that there are long, hot days ahead. The last thing you want to do when it is 87 degrees with 100% humidity outside is turn on your stove or oven. Luckily, there are plenty of kitchen tips and recipes that require no extra heat. Make breakfast the […]

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