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Cooking with Epicure from Vancouver Island


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  • Organizer: Pamela McColl
  • Date: January 14
  • Start Time: 3-5
  • Event Length: 2 hours
  • Location: 182, Furness Road
  • Expires: 18 days, 2 hours

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    We are hosting a complimentary Indian cooking class with Sabrina from Epicure Foods. Group is almost full but we wanted to let others have the chance to attend. We also will be offering a class on the Epicure Good Food Program in the morning if there is interest – from 11-1 – please let us know as soon as possible so we can prepare if you are interested.
    “Please join myself and others on Sunday as we share a few hours with Sabrina Ryan. She is a consultant with Epicure and will be sharing and creating a day on Epicure’s Good Food Real Results program. This is Epicure’s successful and proven program to help you live your best life, improve sleep, increase energy, release weight all while eating whole foods. She will share about Epicure’s official #epiclifechallenge which is an online accountability group on Facebook full of dieticians, nutritionists, personal trainers and tons of people that have successfully followed the program sharing tips, tricks, successes and more.
    Both events are complimentary with no obligation to purchase any of Epicures products – but you may like to attend to discover what this local company has to offer – including their cheese making machine – which is spectacular –
    Come see and taste how delicious and easy this program is!”

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