Vegetarians largely subsist on a plant-based diet until they swallow enough chlorophyll to begin photosynthesizing their own food. Take the first step with this Groupon.
C$75 for one entry to a Savour the Summer class and a $50 credit toward a future class with Marni Wasserman (a C$170 value). This deal is valid for one of the following classes:
- Nibble on Appetizers and Dips; available on July 30 or August 20
- Snack on Sides and Specialties; available on August 1 or August 22
- Get Hydrated with Juices & Smoothies; available on August 6
- Build the Freshest Summer Salads; available on August 8
Savour the Summer classes let students create delicious, plant-based recipes. Nibble on Appetizers and Dips is filled with different recipes for those who enjoy partaking in food such as green-pea guacamole and spinach-almond patties. Snack on Sides and Specialities teaches how to round out menus and complete meals with sides such as quinoa tabule salad. Get Hydrated with Juices & Smoothies teaches the difference between juice and smoothies, and how to stay healthy with options such as carrot-apple juice and Chocolate Super smoothies. Build the Freshest Summer Salads introduces a unique side to salads. All classes are from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Marni Wasserman's Food Studio & Lifestyle Shop
Marni Wasserman admits there was “a time I thought low-fat yogurt and low-calorie snack packs were the epitome of healthy eating.” Though she’s been a vegetarian since she was 13, she often turned to prepackaged foods rather than the plant-based foods she now embraces. After earning certificates from both the Institute of Holistic Nutrition in Toronto and The Natural Gourmet Culinary Institution in New York, Wasserman has turned healthy eating into a career with Marni Wasserman's Food Studio & Lifestyle Shop.
Through cooking classes, children’s day camps, kitchen makeovers, and informative articles, Wasserman helps others overhaul their diets to include an abundance of earth-culled ingredients. These ingredients can improve immune systems and infuse them with energy more naturally than electrically charged hamburgers.