2015 brings us a brand new classroom. All classes and events are now held at the Table, not at the Wedge Co-op Lyndale.
The Wedge Table
2412 Nicollet Ave S
Minneapolis, MN 55404
Parking at the Wedge Table: Please do not park in lot between the Wedge Table and McDonalds. That parking lot does not belong to the Wedge and you will be at risk of being towed. There is parking in the south lot (between the Table and Evergreen Chinese) or street parking.
To register for a class, call Wedge Customer Service at 612-871-3993 or sign up at the Customer Service desk in store. Register early to ensure your spot. Please cancel your reservation more than 48 hours in advance to get your full-refund. Classes may be canceled by the Wedge or our instructors and you will be issued a full refund.
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Spring Chinese Food Therapy
Food therapy is one of the five major branches of traditional Chinese medicine. Join us for a fun class that teaches you the energetic nature of food and how to select seasonal and healthful foods for spring, based on Chinese principles. Sample a seasonal dish as well! Rob Roman is an acupuncturists/herbalists at Minnesota Community Acupuncture, while Leah Fifield is an acupuncturists/herbalists at Northeast Community Acupuncture. Both have years of experience helping their patients stay healthy with acupuncture, herbs, and food therapy. Leah is also one of the Wedge's seasoned Health and Body Care experts.
Physiology of Pre, Pro, and Antibiotics
Using art and specialized time lapse videos, Exercise Physiologist Ed Watson explains the science of gut flora physiology, immunity and function of the entire digestive system. Learn how gut flora physiology (fermentation) is the identical process to performing anaerobic exercise thus giving you deep insight into the nature of how the entire body works and principles of exercise physiology and nutrition. Exercise Physiologist Edward Watson teaches nutrition and exercise science at Saint Paul College.
Simple and Healthy Salads
Spring is in the air, and Chef Kate wants to share with you some of her favorite seasonal salads! With a focus on whole ingredients and flexible recipes, you will learn how to make your own killer salad dressings, get some handy storage techniques and of course, make oodles of delicious salads! Bring a container for leftovers and be prepared to leave full.
A Midsummer Night's Spread
Light summer fare for a light summer party! Amidst our summer play we often wish to have a hint of decadence without holing up too long in the kitchen. Treat your favorite summer playmates to this delightful party spread while keeping stove-time at a minimum. These lightly cooked recipes bring out the fantastic flavors of summer bounty while retaining so much of the nutrition and offering greater substance than one might guess. Spruce up your entertainment table with White Bean Pate with Grilled Fennel; Snow Pea Crostini, Kohlrabi Confetti Salad and Supreme Fruit Kabobs.