Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Soothing Inflammation with Food

Are you sick of feeling tired, having achy joints, lackluster skin, hair and nails and poor digestion?  Thyme to Spice It Up may have an answer for you.  Come learn how to soothe inflammation with food at PCC Cooks this fall.  Sign up to learn how to put this pesky problem to rest and cultivate your inner serenity!

Soothing Inflammation  
Inflammation is a common condition; luckily we don’t have to be at its mercy when armed with a way to eat that can calm and cool it down. We’ll explore how to choose and cook healthy fats, eat a wide variety of vibrant colors, and enhance digestion in order to put inflammation to rest and cultivate inner serenity. On the menu: Salmon with Blueberry Lemon Compote; Toasty Buttered Millet; Rainbow Chard and Arame Salad; and Cherries Jubilee with Vanilla Yogurt. With seafood, dairy and eggs.
Members: $40, Non-members: $45
   Wednesday Sep 7, 6:30-9pm. Greenlake 
   Monday Sep 12, 6:30-9pm. Redmond 
   Tuesday Sep 13, 6:30-9pm. West Seattle 
   Sunday Oct 9, 1-3:30pm. Issaquah 
Sunday Nov 6, 1-3:30pm. Edmonds 

Yours In Cooking & In Health,
Siona :)


  1. I've really enjoyed two of your PCC classes in the past (especially the greens class!) and would love to learn more about inflammation-soothing food. Unfortunately, I'm allergic to shellfish and fish, so this class won't be an option. Any plans to teach a vegetarian version (or any resources to share?)

  2. Hi Jes! So glad you enjoyed the Greens class. The fish is cooked separately from all of the other food, so you could actually come to the class. I could serve the Blueberry compote on the millet for you too. Only a small part of the class covers fish and we will talk about vegetarian options. Please feel free to email me if you have any other questions. Thanks for stopping by the site and you can also find us on Facebook now. I hope to see you soon.
    Yours In Cooking &In Health,