On Friday, November 14 we kicked off our Healthy Living Event Series
with Joan Jackson
of Living Raw.
Hosted by Zebra Organics
and Sky Island Organics
, the evening was a great success. Joan inspired the audience with some delicious raw food recipes, including a zucchini pasta in a flavourful tomato based sauce.Everyone enjoyed the evening, with a few guests accepting the invitation to come up and prepare some food, on their own, with Joan’s guidance.
Team members from both Zebra Organics and Sky Island Organics were on hand to offer insights and support to the group.
Thank you to everyone that attended. Here are some highlights from the evening:
|Joan preparing a raw tomato sauce
|Audience members assisting Joan with the
preparation of zucchini noodles
|Guests tasting Joan’s homemade granola
|Note taking to remember ingredients and steps
Key ingredients for zucchini pasta:
Pistachios – Garnishing your pasta dish with pistachios diversifies the texture and provides a satisfying crunch. Sky Island Organics offers Organic Sprouted Pistachio kernels.
Olive oil – Tossing your zucchini pasta in Zebra Organic’s Gourmet Peruvian Olive Oil will add a rich flavour to the dish.
A tip from Joan: Use Organic Pitted Botija olives in your zucchini pasta recipe, for their super rich, delicious, full flavour.
Next month we will welcome Deanna Moore, the founder of Chocolatl, to present a chocolate workshop. The event will take place from 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm on December 5 at 870 E Research Drive, Unit 6, Palm Springs, California.
You can look forward to:
– Tasting different varieties of chocolate
– Learning about how chocolate is made, from tree to bar
– Learning about where cocao beans grow
– Experiencing a slideshow about chocolate history and culture
– Insights on the health benefits of chocolate
– Learning recipes using raw cacao
You can find out more about our Chocolatl products –here–
We hope to see you then.
Blessings to all of you,
The Team at Zebra Organics
Our Healthy Living fall – winter free series will feature lectures by doctors and wellness practitioners, cooking classes, demos and film screenings.