Cyprian’s Arc, 2097 Turk Street at Lyon Street, San Francisco
MUNI: #31 Balboa stops on corner of Turk & Lyon. #5 Fulton stops at Lyon, 2 blocks up to
$2 with food enough to serve 10 persons; $12 without
food. Vegan dishes preferred.
Call 415-273-5481 for updates on speakers & potlucks
or general information.
Talya Lutzker, CMT,
is a Certified Ayurvedic Practitioner, Ayurvedic Nutritionist, Professional
Chef, Author of Two Ayurvedic Cookbooks including The Ayurvedic Vegan
Kitchen, and the Founder of Talya’s Kitchen, a nutrition-centered
Her talk will be on Ayurvedic Nutrition, traditional health
promoting ingredients, and how it applies to all diets – with a focus on vegan
and vegetarian diets.
Talya has offered pulse readings, nutritional consultations, cooking classes,
cleansing programs, yoga classes, Ayurvedic massage, and pancha karma.
Catch Talya’s videos on Grokker.com and
Talya’s Kitchen may be
seen on Facebook and LinkedIn. Her website is: www.TalyasKitchen.com
She may be reached at 408-529-6842 in
Santa Cruz where she resides.
Blue Sky BART Festival, Wednesday, April 16, 11 a.m. to 2
Celebrating Earth Day & BART’S 40th Year
Justin Herman Square, San Francisco
Green companies & organizations will be exhibiting
products & services including SFVS.
Food & musical entertainment throughout the event.
Public is invited.
Contact Nancy Loewen, Volunteer Coordinator,
if you would like to help out at our table 415-750-0614 or njloewen@...
Free Lecture & Vegan Cooking Demo, Wednesday, April
16, 6:00 p.m.
Healing Cuisine: Foods that Prevent and Heal Chronic
Disease” by Meredith McCarty
San Francisco Main Library, 100 Larkin Street,
Latino/Hispanic Community Room, San Francisco
Co-Sponsored with San Francisco Vegetarian Society
Meredith McCarty has authored cookbooks on vegetarian diet,
macrobiotic and dairy-free desserts.
She has also served as Associate Editor of Natural Health MAGAZINE and has worked with notables such as Drs. Benjamin
Spock, Dean Ornish, John McDougall and Neal Barnard. She gives cooking demos and educational lectures in
Marin. For information
on the Library Demo: www.sfpl.org or
San Francisco Vegetarian Society