Following through with them can feel overwhelming at first, I think. Or worse, your excitement and determination can fizzle after a month or two. If you've resolved to adopt a vegetarian lifestyle this year then you should get out and meet people. Learn and eat and connect with other Baltimore vegetarians and you will be even more inspired to embrace a meat-free diet!
Fun Fruit from Bugga Bugs
Back to School
Attend a free one-hour vegetarian lifestyle class, led by Earthsave director Don Robertson, this Thursday, Jan 8th at 7 pm, in the café at Whole Foods grocery in Mt. Washington. To register, call customer service at 410-532-6700.
The Baltimore Vegetarian Meetup discussion group will meet for dinner this Sunday, Jan. 11th at noon in Towson at the Kathmandu Kitchen at 22 West Allegheny Ave.
Healthy Digestive System: Detox With Food
On Saturday, January 24th, from 6-9 pm, Eathsave Baltimore Veg Dinner Series will host a potluck dinner featuring a lecture by licensed nutritionist Kasia Kines.
Kasia Kines will discuss nutritional changes we can make to deal with the damaging effects of environmental toxins and stress on our digestive systems. Learn how to detect and work with inflammation, toxicity, the immune system, gut issues and foods sensitivities to create a life of abundant, vibrant health.
Kasia Kines, Licensed Nutritionist, practices at Johns Hopkins Integrative Medicine and Digestive Center in Lutherville.
Dinner Guests are asked to bring a dish made without animal products to serve five times the number in their party, along with a donation of $5 ($2 for members). Or you may attend without bringing a dish for a $12 fee ($10 for members). Please give 2 days notice if paying for dinner. Monthly dinner/lecture events are held on the second Saturday at the Learning Center/Yoga Studio of Your Prescription for Health, 10210 S. Dolfield Rd. in Owings Mills. RSVPs will be much appreciated! For more info, see earthsavebaltimore.org , or call Don at 410-252-3043.