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Cooking With Essential Oils

Herbs to Success will be hosting hands on classes with Kim Carrodo-Pulley, of Cater To Me catering services, where attendees will learn how cooking with essential oils can add the WOW factor to all dishes. Not only do essential oils last longer and are easier to store, they also pack more punch than fresh or diced herbs, spices and extracts.

Each class will be preparing at least two dishes and one drink. Upcoming classes will be fall soups, stews, toddy’s and treats on October 22, Thanksgiving dishes packed with flavor November 15 and holiday meals, desserts and drinks December 13.

Whether you want to boost your energy, supplement your diet or manage your weight, essential oil-infused nutrition solutions empower you to meet your wellness goals the natural way. Cost is $20 per class and includes all the ingredients as well as take home items.

Location: 64 S. Main St., Nazareth. To reserve your space in the class, call 610-365-8996.

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