Spring is a time for healing and growth, bringing life to its fullest blossom while sloughing off accumulations that weigh and slow us down. This, therefore, is the prime season for detoxification. We want to do what nature is doing: melt the freeze of winter and prepare for the liberation of summer. The recipes we will explore in this class will include the following foods especially recommended for this time of year:
Green Vegetables: Loaded with fiber, leafy greens act like industrial scrub brushes to aide to your body’s housecleaning work.
Dark leafy greens: Full of chlorophyll, a detox agent, chlorophyll will help release toxins from your body, while stimulating cellular intelligence and improving your energy.
Beans and Sprouts: Packed with protein, a side of legumes, like dhal or hummus, add savory satisfaction as a substitute for the heavier, harder to digest, and often pesticide-laden meat, fish and eggs.All Vegan Menu:
Tri-doshic Vegetable Curry
Maple-Roasted Brussels Sprouts
Herbed Millet
Perfect Spring Vegetable Soup
Sprouted Mung Bean Salad
Feel Better Tea (for seasonal transition)


• Information and recipe booklet
• Cost: $65, includes materials and meal
• When: Sunday, April 28, 2019
Time: 2pm - 5pm
Where: Bhakti Urban Farm, 5415 Wheatley St, Houston, TX 77091

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"Ayurveda, the ‘Science of Life,’ is the traditional, natural healing system of India. Ayurvedic cooking is based on the therapeutic principles of eating fresh, seasonal food accented with the appropriate herbs and spices."