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Immune Boosting Cooking Class with Holly Shelowitz

Jun 10, 2021, 4:00–5:30 pm

FREE Online Zoom Workshop

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IMMUNE BOOSTING COOKING CLASS

Sponsored by the Holistic Health Community in collaboration with The Morty and Gloria Wolosoff Foundation

Join Holly Shelowitz, Culinary Nutrition Counselor, for a cook along cooking class on Zoom.


Together, we will chop, slice and stir up a delicious meal with immune boosting ingredients to support your wonderful body and build immunity. Including immune boosting foods in your daily diet has always been important, and especially now.

On the menu is:
Sauteed Greens and Mushrooms
Cauliflower Steaks

Read through the recipes and have your veggies washed and whatever kitchen tools you’ll need within reach.

 Your confirmation email will include everything you need including the shopping list, recipes and zoom link.

Holly is looking forward to cooking with all of you!

Register early so you have time to check the shopping list and gather your ingredients!

REGISTER HERE Your confirmation email will include everything you need including the shopping list, recipes and zoom link.

 

Holly Shelowitz is a Culinary Nutrition Counselor and Real Food Educator.  She graduated in 2000 from The Institute for Integrative Nutrition’s Professional Training Program in Manhattan.  Since 1999 through her client sessions, cooking classes and educational events, Holly has been inspiring people to eat their greens and get into their kitchens and cook.  She leads Workplace Wellness Workshops and is a keynote speaker throughout the tri state area, educating on site in corporations, educational institutions and community organizations.  In 2010, Holly was hired by Whole Foods Market as the Northeast Regional Nutrition Educator, and created the Healthy Eating Education Program at Mother Earth’s Stores.  Holly has taught nutrition and cooking classes at The Natural Gourmet Institute for Food and Health In Manhattan, The Bronx Botanical Gardens, and at numerous farmers markets, culinary stores, libraries, colleges and schools.