2017 FOOD AS MEDICINE SERIES

Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food. -Hippocrates

Food as Medicine is a monthly series hosted by Gathering Thyme and led by top nutrition leaders in the Bay Area that focuses on nutrition education and hands-on workshops. Learn how to get the most from your meals to improve your health and well-being. Remember - you ARE what you eat!

10% of all profits will be donated to our non-profit educational foundation to provide scholarships for low income persons in underserved communities.

March 14    The Nutritional Wisdom of Traditional Diets
April 4    Food and Nutrition as Information and Medicine for Your Body
April 18    Wild Spring Greens: Eat Your Medicine
May 16    Medicinal Oils, Vinegars and Honeys
June 6    The Healing Power of Fermented Foods and Beverages (Theory)
June 13    The Healing Power of Fermented Foods and Beverages (Practicum)
July 11    Raw Paleo for Healing and Detoxification
August 1    Healing Fats and Cholesterol... and How to Make Ghee
September 16    Healing with Medicine Soup
October 3    Building Immunity Against Colds and Flus with a Master Tonic
October 17    Tree Medicine and Food - Acorns and Bay Nuts
November 7    The Healing Power of Bone Broth
November 14    Food, Inflammation & Chronic Diseases



Jessica Prentice

The Nutritional Wisdom of Traditional Diets

with Jessica Prentice, Co-Founder of Three Stone Hearth

Tuesday, March 14th from 7-9pm

In this 2-hour presentation, Jessica Prentice will offer an overview of the nutritional insights independently discovered by indigenous and non-industrial peoples around the world. She will cover:

  • The studies of Weston A. Price
  • The eleven characteristics of traditional diets that kept people healthy for thousands of years before industrialization
  • How traditional peoples cultured and fermented foods to increase enzymes and probiotic activity
  • How traditional peoples processed grains and other seed foods to maximize nutritional benefit
  • How traditional peoples incorporated animal products to support health
  • Why traditional fats and Omega 3s are so important to our health
  • Jessica Prentice is a professional chef, author, local foods activist, social entrepreneur, and sought-after speaker on issues related to healing our broken food system. Her book Full Moon Feast: Food and the Hunger for Connection (Chelsea Green, 2006) mythopoetically explores the connections between the environment, human communities, and traditional cycles through food. She is a co-founder of Three Stone Hearth, a community supported kitchen in Berkeley that uses local, sustainable ingredients to prepare nutrient-dense, traditional foods on a community scale. Prentice is also co-creator of the Local Foods Wheel, coined the word “locavore,” and is a regular contributor to Edible East Bay.

    COST: $35, pre-registered. $40 at the door.

    WHEN:Tuesday, March 14th from 7-9pm

    CONTACT: For more information, contact Gathering Thyme at 415-524-8693.

    WHERE: Gathering Thyme • 1447 Fourth Street • San Rafael, CA 94901
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Kia Sanford

Food and Nutrition as Information and Medicine for Your Body

with Kia Sanford MS, Functional Clinical Nutritionist and Counselor

Tuesday, April 4th from 7-9pm

This class is designed to introduce participants to techniques for taking control over their health, taking in optimal nutrition, and reducing dependency on pharmaceuticals. By learning about how food can be medicine, you will discover how to use your kitchen as a powerful pharmacy. You will learn how genes interact with the environment – both internal and external – to create health or disease.

One of the main ways genes get information about what’s going on in the world is through the language of food. Depending on how genes interpret and respond to internal and external signals, you set the stage for health or disease. The foundation of health begins in the gut as one of the major sites where our bodies interact with the environment. You may be throwing your health off track without even knowing it.There will be a discussion of antibiotics, probiotics, prebiotics, NSAIDs, fermented foods, hydration, leaky gut syndrome, IBS, SIBO, and more.

Kia Sanford MS is a Functional Clinical Nutritionist and Counselor with Masters degrees in both areas who focuses on the interface between food and health. Prevention is key, but if disease sets in, there are hundreds of things that can be done by way of eating patterns and lifestyle habits that can often reverse or slow a disease process. Based in current and emerging science, and with a focus on the individual, Kia helps clients design custom programs to take back control of their health by making conscious informed decisions. For more information about Kia please go to Kailo Counseling. To schedule an appointment, please call Kia directly at 415.813.6183.

COST: $35, pre-registered. $40 at the door.

WHEN:Tuesday, April 4th from 7-9pm

CONTACT: For more information, call us at 415-524-8693.

WHERE: Gathering Thyme • 1447 Fourth Street • San Rafael, CA 94901
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Kara Sigler

Wild Spring Greens: Eat Your Medicine

with Kara Sigler RH (AHG), Clinical Herbalist & Herbal Educator

Tuesday, April 18th from 7-9pm

Spring is the season of the liver, for new growth, coming out of our winter slumber, and cooling the heat of the stored dense foods of the winter months. Learn how to gently cleanse your liver in this class on eating with the spring season. Learn your backyard wild greens and how to use fresh herbs in your everyday cooking.

In the class Kara will demonstrate making a pesto, a wild salad and a spring root dish. Bring your notepads and your appetites for this fun filled, hands-on class.

Kara Sigler, RH (AHG) has been practicing as a Clinical Herbalist since 2006. She incorporates Ayurvedic Pulse, Bodywork, and Nutrition into her consults with clients. Kara has honed her formulas and her classes through the years. Kara's love for the plants shines through her personable style and enthusiasm for incorporating medicinal plants into our everyday lives. To read more about Kara and her practice please visit Kara Sigler.

COST: $35, pre-registered or $40 at the door. In addition, a $5 materials fee (cash) is due at the event.

WHEN:Tuesday, April 8th from 7-9pm

CONTACT: For more information, contact Gathering Thyme at 415-524-8693.

WHERE: Gathering Thyme • 1447 Fourth Street • San Rafael, CA 94901
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Kara Sigler

Medicinal Oils, Vinegars and Honeys

with Kara Sigler RH (AHG), Clinical Herbalist & Herbal Educator

Tuesday, May 16th from 7-9pm

In this class you will be able to sample things like herbed oils, vinegars and honeys that you will make in class and go home with. Using herbal oils, vinegars and honeys on and in your food is a fun and potent way of not only enhancing the flavor of your food but of supporting your overall health and wellness on a daily basis. Herbs and spices can provide healing remedies that can help you keep your family well. Taking your medicine in your salad dressings is a delicious and painless way to enhance digestion, detoxification, boost immunity, heal sickness, enhance energy and increase overall health and vitality. In this class we will discuss the healing power of commonly available herbs and spices and how to add them to your meals.

Kara Sigler, RH (AHG) has been practicing as a Clinical Herbalist since 2006. She incorporates Ayurvedic Pulse, Bodywork, and Nutrition into her consults with clients. Kara has honed her formulas and her classes through the years. Kara's love for the plants shines through her personable style and enthusiasm for incorporating medicinal plants into our everyday lives. To read more about Kara and her practice please visit Kara Sigler.

COST: $35, pre-registered or $40 at the door. In addition, a $5 materials fee (cash) is due at the event.

WHEN:Tuesday, May 16th from 7-9pm

CONTACT: For more information, contact Gathering Thyme at 415-524-8693.

WHERE: Gathering Thyme • 1447 Fourth Street • San Rafael, CA 94901
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Sushama Gokhale

The Healing Power of Fermented Foods and Beverages (Theory)

with Sushama Gokhale

Tuesday, June 6th from 7-9pm

This session will focus on fermented foods, their healing properties and how to prepare them. You will sample some easy to make ferments and there will be a discussion of the theory of fermented foods. Your microbiome has the metabolic capacity of a liver. It’s very powerful when it’s your friend. Why should you avoid antibiotics, cleaners, cleansers, IV feeds, drugs/medications, colonics, colonoscopies, xrays (mouth or gut), MRIs, vaccines, pollutants if you want to keep and enrich your gut biota? How do you shoot for 1,400 different bacterial species in your colon? How do you you own your own body, and not give it up to hospitals? What to do if you ever go to hospitals? What are waivers and releases? What are 'biologicals'? How do you prepare for a hospital stay? How do you feel the good cheer from your friendly microbes? This will be an interactive class and discussion format session. Sushama will offer practical tips along with the deep science for HEALING as opposed to symptom suppression.

Sushama Gokhale has taken Hippocrates’ words ‘food is medicine’ to heart and makes, writes about, and advocates for traditional healing foods. The kind your grandmother prescribed for you when you were sick. She studied Biochemistry, Immunology and the Life-Sciences as an undergraduate, and explains traditional, nutrient dense foods in the context of science and your health. Her aim is to solve our health problems the Hippocratic way, by letting food be our medicine. She favors fermented foods such as yogurts, vinegars, kefirs, kombuchas, sauerkrauts, kimchis, cheeses, kanjis, pickles, naturally leavened breads, . She contributes articles and book reviews to the Weston A. Price Foundation Journal for Wise Traditions in Food Farming and the Healing Arts.

COST: $35, pre-registered. $40 at the door.

WHEN:Tuesday, June 6th from 7-9pm

CONTACT: For more information, contact Gathering Thyme at 415-524-8693.

WHERE: Gathering Thyme • 1447 Fourth Street • San Rafael, CA 94901
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Sushama Gokhale

The Healing Power of Fermented Foods and Beverages (Practicum)

with Sushama Gokhale

Tuesday, June 13th from 7-9pm

In this class you will make and go home with saurkraut as well as an a fil Mjolk culture which you can use to make yogurt or creme fraische. The focus will be on a variety of fermented foods, their healing properties and how to prepare them. Your microbiome has the metabolic capacity of a liver. It’s very powerful when it’s your friend. Why should you avoid antibiotics, cleaners, cleansers, IV feeds, drugs/medications, colonics, colonoscopies, xrays (mouth or gut), MRIs, vaccines, pollutants if you want to keep and enrich your gut biota? How do you shoot for 1,400 different bacterial species in your colon? How do you you own your own body, and not give it up to hospitals? What to do if you ever go to hospitals? What are waivers and releases? What are 'biologicals'? How do you prepare for a hospital stay? How do you feel the good cheer from your friendly microbes? This will be an interactive class and discussion format session. Sushama will offer practical tips along with the deep science for HEALING as opposed to symptom suppression.

Sushama Gokhale has taken Hippocrates’ words ‘food is medicine’ to heart and makes, writes about, and advocates for traditional healing foods. The kind your grandmother prescribed for you when you were sick. She studied Biochemistry, Immunology and the Life-Sciences as an undergraduate, and explains traditional, nutrient dense foods in the context of science and your health. Her aim is to solve our health problems the Hippocratic way, by letting food be our medicine. She favors fermented foods such as yogurts, vinegars, kefirs, kombuchas, sauerkrauts, kimchis, cheeses, kanjis, pickles, naturally leavened breads, . She contributes articles and book reviews to the Weston A. Price Foundation Journal for Wise Traditions in Food Farming and the Healing Arts.

COST: $35, pre-registered. $40 at the door. There is also a $7 materials fee due at the event. Please bring a 16 oz mason jar and a 4 oz jar.

WHEN: Tuesday, June 13th from 7-9pm

CONTACT: For more information, contact Judy at Gathering Thyme judy-at-gatheringthyme.com or 415-524-8693.

WHERE: Gathering Thyme • 1447 Fourth Street • San Rafael, CA 94901
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Melissa Henig

Raw Paleo for Healing and Detoxification

with Melissa Henig, Author and Health & Lifestyle Coach

Tuesday, June 11th from 7-9pm

Melissa will demonstrate how to make delicious dishes such as ceviche, steak tartare and raw butter chocolate pudding and you will sample them. Raw Paleo is a way of eating raw but not vegan because it includes raw animal foods. Raw animals foods are powerful medicine because the proteins and fats aren't denatured by heat. Raw Proteins and fats regenerate cells, nourish the brain, balance hormones, give you energy and maintain weight. Raw meat and raw dairy have a high healing potential because their inherent nutritional, chemicals, enzymes, probiotics, and DNA structures are intact the way nature intended. Enzymes make life possible from easy digestion, to thinking and smiling. Raw animal foods are detoxifying, protecting, and building. Raw animal foods both detox and sculpt your body at the same time.

This class takes you through a guided day of raw paleo meals and recipes from breakfast to dinner. Starting with awakening the brain with a morning raw egg smoothie and finishing with a steak tartare dinner. These foods have bio-available nutrients meaning they are easily incorporated into the tissues for healing and repair.

Melissa Henig is a Health and Lifestyle Coach, with expertise in holistic wellness. She is the author of the book Raw Paleo. Her coaching program gets women and men to feel sexy, strong, and motivated!

COST:$35 pre-registered. $40 at the door. A $5 materials fee is due at the event.

WHEN:Tuesday, July 11th from 7-9pm

CONTACT: For more information, contact Gathering Thyme at 415-524-8693.

WHERE: Gathering Thyme • 1447 Fourth Street • San Rafael, CA 94901
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Sushama Gokhale

Healing Fats and Cholesterol... and How to Make Ghee

with Sushama Gokhale

Tuesday, August 1st from 7-9pm

Sushama will demonstrate how easy it is to make your own ghee and this session will focus on healing fats and cholesterol. Fats are a contentious topic. People connote fats with fatness or even worse, obesity. Many folks associate fats and cholesterol with heart attacks, clogged arteries, liver disease. Nothing could be further from truth. We will see why fats nourish and nurture our bodies and fuel our mind. Why fats are the reason we are fertile. Why fats prevent infectious disease. Why fats are good for your heart. Why fats and cholesterol make us brainy. Why fats make us happy. Why fats calm down ADHD kids. Why fats are the underpinning of the accelerated advancement of the human brain. Be prepared to be surprised and delighted with the food choices that now open up in your life. This will be an interactive class and discussion format session. Sushama offers practical tips along with the deep science for HEALING as opposed to symptom suppression.

Sushama Gokhale has taken Hippocrates’ words ‘food is medicine’ to heart and makes, writes about, and advocates for traditional healing foods. The kind your grandmother prescribed for you when you were sick. She studied Biochemistry, Immunology and the Life-Sciences as an undergraduate, and explains traditional, nutrient dense foods in the context of science and your health. Her aim is to solve our health problems the Hippocratic way, by letting food be our medicine. She favors fermented foods such as yogurts, vinegars, kefirs, kombuchas, sauerkrauts, kimchis, cheeses, kanjis, pickles, naturally leavened breads, . She contributes articles and book reviews to the Weston A. Price Foundation Journal for Wise Traditions in Food Farming and the Healing Arts.

COST: $35, pre-registered. $40 at the door.

WHEN:Tuesday, August 1st from 7-9pm

CONTACT: For more information, contact Gathering Thyme at 415-524-8693.

WHERE: Gathering Thyme • 1447 Fourth Street • San Rafael, CA 94901
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Catherine Abby Rich

Healing with Medicine Soup

with Catherine Abby Rich, Folk Herbalist & Herbal Educator

Saturday, September 16th from 10am to 2pm

Each culture and ethnic tradition have their versions of medicine soup. As an herbalist, world traveler (and foodie), Abby invites you to come make medicine soup with her! Let her introduce you to obscure and familiar foods, medicinal mushrooms, herbs and seaweeds, all of which have innate abilities for supporting health. As an herbalist/ wild gatherer, she can share her seaweed and medicinal mushroom collection and how these life forms help detoxify, add flavor and build strength. Stir the pot! You will use fresh stinging nettle from Star Route Farms. You can freeze it and have bright, tasty Nettle to toss in soup or stir fry. Nettles are anti-allergen, blood cleansing, antiviral, easing arthritic joint pain and more. Much more. In this class you will learn what foods are especially beneficial for which ailments or systems. Soup for insomnia? OK. Soup to ease inflammation and body pain? Mmmmmm. You will make and be nourished by a medicine soup chock full of easy to find, powerful ingredients to build vitality and a healthy immune system. Cooking, learning and laughing together is a lovely way to spend a day. Each of you will take a jar of our medicine soup home.

Catherine Abby Rich was a founding member of the Civic Center Farmers Market and resident herbalist for its first 25 years. Throughout that time she led seasonal "Food as Medicine" tours of the market. Her appreciation and knowledge of the extraordinary bounty of foods and plants available here continues to inspire her. Teaching herb studies to all ages is her true love and talent. Generations of Marinites have enjoyed her field trips learning how to recognize medicinal herbs, gather them and create remedies. In recent years, Catherine Abby has been co-teacher at Gathering Thyme School of Western Herbalism and her "Combining Forces" herbal/flower essence products are sold at the shop. She is our herbal elder, a practicing herbalist for 45 years!

COST: $65 plus a $15 materials fee due at the event. Pre-registration is required as this event is held off-site.

WHEN:Saturday, September 16th from 10am to 2pm

CONTACT: For more information, contact Gathering Thyme at 415-524-8693.

WHERE: A private home in Larkspur. Directions provided upon registration.

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Sushama Gokhale

Building Immunity Against Colds and Flus with a Master Tonic

with Sushama Gokhale

Tuesday, October 3rd from 6:30 to 9:30pm

In this class you will make and go home with a mineral rich Master Tonic which will light up your favorite foods, build immunity, zap pathogens, halt cancers, warts and cherry angiomas, lure good bacteria into your body and get more omega 3s into your diet. This session will focus on foods and herbs for preventing colds and flus, building real immunity and how to respond if you do start coming down with a respiratory illness. It will be an interactive discussion format session. Sushama will offer practical tips along with the deep immunological science for HEALING as opposed to symptom suppression.

Sushama Gokhale has taken Hippocrates’ words ‘food is medicine’ to heart and makes, writes about, and advocates for traditional healing foods. The kind your grandmother prescribed for you when you were sick. She studied Biochemistry, Immunology and the Life-Sciences as an undergraduate, and explains traditional, nutrient dense foods in the context of science and your health. Her aim is to solve our health problems the Hippocratic way, by letting food be our medicine. She favors fermented foods such as yogurts, vinegars, kefirs, kombuchas, sauerkrauts, kimchis, cheeses, kanjis, pickles, naturally leavened breads, . She contributes articles and book reviews to the Weston A. Price Foundation Journal for Wise Traditions in Food Farming and the Healing Arts.

COST: $45 pre-registered. $50 at the door. A $10 materials fee is due at the event. Please bring a 16 oz mason jar.

WHEN:Tuesday, October 3rd from 6:30 to 9:30pm

CONTACT: For more information, contact Gathering Thyme at 415-524-8693.

WHERE: Gathering Thyme • 1447 Fourth Street • San Rafael, CA 94901
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Autumn Summers

Tree Medicine and Food -- Acorns and Bay Nuts

with Autumn Summers, Ethnobotanist & Herbal Educator

Tuesday, October 17th from 7-9pm

Come learn how to identify, harvest and use our local oaks and bay trees including making yummy acorn “hummus" and Bay Nut Buzzy Balls. Class includes hands on demonstrations and tastings. There is a bounty of local wild edibles and medicinals if you know what to look for. From first aid to magic to nourishing food - oaks offer an abundance of healing for humans.

Autumn Summers, Herbalist & Educator. Inspired by the plants since childhood , Autumn has been involved in the herbal medicine field for over 25 years. Besides a degree in anthropology specializing in ethnobotany she trained with Christopher Hobbs and at the California School of Herbal Studies. She has been core faculty at the California School of Herbal Studies for more than 15 years and has also taught at Sonoma State University, Santa Rosa Junior College, Gathering Thyme School of Western Herbalism and at numerous herbal conferences. With a kinship for the plants, seaweeds and mushrooms of Northern California. She currently teaches edible and medicinal plant classes at the California School of Herbal Studies.

"Photosynthesis is a transmutation of love. It is an energetic magic that suffuses the world with a vibrant emerald energy, vibrating first within the cells of the plants, and continuing to vibrate within the cells of the beings that eat them." Annie McCleary.

COST: $35, pre-registered. $40 at the door.

WHEN:Tuesday, October 17th from 7-9pm

CONTACT: For more information, contact Gathering Thyme at 415-524-8693.

WHERE: Gathering Thyme • 1447 Fourth Street • San Rafael, CA 94901
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Sushama Gokhale

The Healing Power of Bone Broth

with Sushama Gokhale

Tuesday, November 7th from 7-9pm

Bone broth has long been prized by traditional cultures for it's remarkable healing ability and there is good science behind this. This session will focus on the healing power of bone broths, to prevent and treat illness from arthritis to cancer and you will sample some home-made bone broths. Sushama will offer practical tips for making different kinds of meat and bone broths along with the deep science and research for HEALING as opposed to symptom suppression. Good bone broths are also what separates good soups from great soups!

Sushama Gokhale has taken Hippocrates’ words ‘food is medicine’ to heart and makes, writes about, and advocates for traditional healing foods. The kind your grandmother prescribed for you when you were sick. She studied Biochemistry, Immunology and the Life-Sciences as an undergraduate, and explains traditional, nutrient dense foods in the context of science and your health. Her aim is to solve our health problems the Hippocratic way, by letting food be our medicine. She favors fermented foods such as yogurts, vinegars, kefirs, kombuchas, sauerkrauts, kimchis, cheeses, kanjis, pickles, naturally leavened breads, . She contributes articles and book reviews to the Weston A. Price Foundation Journal for Wise Traditions in Food Farming and the Healing Arts.

COST: $35, pre-registered. $40 at the door. A $5 materials fee is due at the event.

WHEN: Saturday, March 18th from 1-3pm

CONTACT: For more information, contact Gathering Thyme at 415-524-8693.

WHERE: Gathering Thyme • 1447 Fourth Street • San Rafael, CA 94901
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Sushama Gokhale

Food, Inflammation & Chronic Diseases

with Sushama Gokhale

Tuesday, November 14th from 7-9pm

This session will focus on foods that inflame vs. foods that heal. Research is finding that inflammation is at the root of all chronic disease and this is mediated and ameliorated with food. In fact, food is the only antidote to ‘chronic’ dis-ease. This will be an informative and interactive class and Sushama will offer the deep science along with practical tips along for HEALING as opposed to symptom suppression.

Sushama Gokhale has taken Hippocrates’ words ‘food is medicine’ to heart and makes, writes about, and advocates for traditional healing foods. The kind your grandmother prescribed for you when you were sick. She studied Biochemistry, Immunology and the Life-Sciences as an undergraduate, and explains traditional, nutrient dense foods in the context of science and your health. Her aim is to solve our health problems the Hippocratic way, by letting food be our medicine. She favors fermented foods such as yogurts, vinegars, kefirs, kombuchas, sauerkrauts, kimchis, cheeses, kanjis, pickles, naturally leavened breads, . She contributes articles and book reviews to the Weston A. Price Foundation Journal for Wise Traditions in Food Farming and the Healing Arts.

COST: $35, pre-registered. $40 at the door.

WHEN:Tuesday, November 14th from 7-9pm

CONTACT: For more information, contact Gathering Thyme at 415-524-8693.

WHERE: Gathering Thyme • 1447 Fourth Street • San Rafael, CA 94901
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