Unlock the power of food as a pathway toward optimum health and wellness while learning to make delicious, vibrant meals that you can recreate at home. The Nutrition Foundations class is the first class in a five-week culinary nutrition cooking class series called “Nourish,” led by Holistic Nutrition Coach, Holly Marban, MS, at the Sitka Kitch community rental commercial kitchen. In honor of National Nutrition Month (March), you’ll explore ways to nourish the body through healthy, delicious whole foods. Each class in this series will combine the science of nutrition with hands-on cooking for a fun, well-rounded experience. All recipes are plant-based and vegetarian, free from gluten and refined sugars, and can easily be made dairy-free.
Class Title: Nutrition Foundations
- In this class you’ll learn the basics of nutrition and how to nourish your body through whole foods. We’ll explore healthy, delicious options for protein, carbohydrates, and fats for overall health, as well as simple guides for food proportions, meal frequency, and a discussion about intuitive eating. We’ll cook black bean and vegetable tacos with homemade roasted tomato salsa, Mexican quinoa, and a flavorful guacamole from scratch.
Date and Time: 6:00-8:00pm on Monday, March 6
Location: Sitka Kitch, located in the First Presbyterian Church at 505 Sawmill Creek Road
About the instructor:
Holly Marban holds a Master’s degree in the Science of Nutrition and certification as a Holistic Health Coach. She runs a small nutrition and wellness business, Holly Marban Wellness, where she combines her knowledge of nutrition with skills in counseling and coaching to support individuals in nourishing themselves and reaching their personal health and wellness goals. A strong believer in the healing abilities of food, she is most at home in the kitchen and enjoys sharing that space with others. Her philosophy is rooted in the belief that food can be medicinal, therapeutic, and immensely enjoyable all at once.
This class takes place from 6-8 pm on Monday, March 6. The class will be held at the Sitka Kitch, located in the First Presbyterian Church at 505 Sawmill Creek Rd.
The cost of each class is $27.50, plus a fee for ingredients and supplies.
Your spot is not secured until you pay. You can pay online using your debit/credit card or a PayPal account. If you would like to pay via check, please call Chandler or Clarice at the Sitka Conservation Society at 747-7509 to arrange a payment time. Registration for this class closes at 3:00pm on Friday, March 3. This class requires a minimum of eight students.
If you need to cancel, please contact email@example.com at least 72 hours prior to the start of the class to receive a partial refund.
credit for photo of tacos: photo by Ashley C., spoonfulofflavor.com
credit for photo of avocados: shutterstock