Power Bowls That Heal: Mind, Body, and Soul | Natural Gourmet Institute

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Recreational classes, certificate programs, and Friday Night Dinners will continue through March 2019 at NGI’s Flatiron location. We have a lot of exciting programs scheduled, which are sure to sell out! We look forward to having the NGI community be a part of the final programs on 21st Street.

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Hands-On, Lecture

Power Bowls That Heal: Mind, Body, and Soul

Tuesday, March 26

6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

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3 out of 16 available
Power Bowls That Heal: Mind, Body, and Soul (3/26/19) 6:30-9:30pm$140.00

Do you want to increase your mindfulness? Try eating your meals from a bowl. Trends may come and go but the power of having a nutritious meal from one bowl is an age-old concept that is making its way back to mainstream. Join us in the kitchen to learn just what to put in your bowl, that will offer you a healthier more mindful way to enjoy a meal.

Each class is built upon techniques, with multiple recipes covering the various techniques. Although students will not have hands on experience with each recipe, they will learn techniques for each and be able to taste all completed dishes at the end of the class. All students will leave with a complete recipe packet at the end of the class.

Similar to a concert or sporting event, a​ll NGI programs are date-specific​. Therefore, all single-session classes, multi-day programs, and dinners are non-refundable and cannot be rescheduled to a later date. If you are unable to attend a class or dinner, you are welcome to send someone in your place.

Please email info@nginyc.com if you are cancelling your registration or transferring your spot to another person. Students who cannot attend a class are eligible to receive the recipes and materials covered in class.

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Dishes We'll Cover

Moroccan Spiced Falafel with Red Quinoa Tabouleh, Preserved Lemon-Scented Cucumbers and Creamy Tahini Dressing

‘General Tso’ Broccoli and ‘Kung Pao’ Edamame Black Rice Bowl with Toasted Sesame Seeds

Zucchini Peanut ‘Noodle’ Bowl with Sriracha String Beans, Lemongrass Tofu and Tamarind Cashews

Black Quinoa Power Bowl with Bruleed Butternut Squash,Balsamic Roasted Red Onion, Massaged Rainbow Chard and Almond ‘Cheese’ Crumbles

Coconut Turmeric Sticky Rice with Tikka Masala Spiced Sweet Potato, Chai Roasted Beets and Crispy Shallots

*This is a sample menu. Recipes are subject to change.

About the Instructor

Cheryl Perry is trained chef and graduate of the Natural Gourmet Institute. She has over 20 years experience working in New York City as a culinary instructor, business owner, and food service consultant. She is the co-creator of Pie Corps, a savory and sweet pie company that features the use of high-quality, fresh, whole ingredients.

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