Variety may be the spice of life, but it’s also a source of good health: A diverse diet is the key to a balanced microbiome. If you’re stuck in a rut
in the kitchen, broaden your horizons and experiment with new ingredients. Not sure where to start? Sign up for a cooking class or crack open a new book. 2 / 6
Take your kitchen skills to “Yes, chef” level with interactive classes that teach everything from how to cook French cuisine to how to prepare seafood and vibrant vegan dishes.
Register for your healthy cooking class at dirtyapron.com.3 / 6
Learn how to create global dishes with local ingredients. From kneading fresh pasta to mixing fresh Thai flavours, you’ll develop your culinary skills in delicious ways.
Register for your healthy cooking class at getcooking.com.
Try this nut-free pad Thai recipe – you will not regret making this.4 / 6
Go old school/new school. Chef Marc Surette, who has cooked for the Queen, will help you master the basics, such as classic sauces, and help you try your hand at new cuisines.
Register for your healthy cooking class at bistro33.ca.
Here are 8 low-cal sauces recipes you need to pin.5 / 6
With a focus on ingredients, this grocery store-café-cooking school gets ingredients locally and from around the world for its classes. If you are wanting to try new foods prepped in interesting ways, this would be where you should do it.
Register for your healthy cooking class at dishcookingstudio.com.
Inspired to cook right away? Try any one of our recipes that have eight ingredients or less!6 / 6
Check out your local Loblaw grocery store for classes that will introduce you to new ingredients and how to prep them, as well as provide inspiration for entertaining.
Register for your healthy cooking class at pccookingschool.ca.