yes, that’s Phoebe, fancy speak for “potluck” a raw, vegan & vegetarian potluck.
Join us on September 13th at SHRI Yoga & Wellness Center at 1015 Penn Ave, Wyomissing. The master plan is to gather on a the 2nd Friday of each month to nosh and feel nourished while learning a thing or two from special guest speakers.
What follows is the scoop…and as you read the food rules know that you should skip processed foods. No tofurkey, white sugars/flours, pasta of any kind or processed foods. Think RAW foods but we welcome vegetarian, vegan and gluten free.
email@example.com or reply to this post to be sure we have a seat for you.
- 6 – 7 pm NOSH & mingle
- 7 – 7:30 pm special guest will chat it up
- bring 1 family size portion of a sweet or savory dish
- vegetarian, vegan & raw foods
(yes, to beans & whole grains BUT leave your processed foods at home… pasta, white flour & sugar)
- try to use local & in season ingredients
- bring copies of your recipe to share
- bring your own utensils, plate, and beverage
- BYOB (yes, we’re okay with wine..it’s a fun Friday night out)
- RSVP email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
our special guest speaker
Dr. Aparna Mele will be speaking about your gut health.
Digestive issues are a hot topic and we will be all over it at this month’s soirée.
Dr. Aparna Mele is a gastroenterologist with Digestive Disease Associates practicing in Berks County since 2008.
She has a particular interest in community health awareness and education and is organizing a local health expo in 2014, targeting gut health.
A special thanks to Pam of SHRI Yoga & Wellness Center for hosting this event. SHRI is Berks premiere yoga and wellness center with an fabulous team of massage therapists too.
OH before I forget…here are the sweet and savory recipes that were voted the favorites from last month!
The large recipe is for what was a raw food “pasta salad” and the peach ice cream.
The other favorite for the night was the team effort of 2 gals called Spinach-Feta Quinoa Cakes with Lemon Dill-Yogurt Sauce. Here is the link to the recipe. I suggest you check out the site titled PaniniHappy.com the author shares loads of recipes to use on your panini press! Very clever.