Dec Raw chef certification - who's coming?
Just wanted to start a thread to see who plans to come to the raw food chef certification in less than a month -- Dec 3-5, 2010. I am coming from WI and would like to find a raw roomie and/or share a shuttle ride from Boston Airport ;)
Let me know -- would love to meet a few people here before I see you guys in a few weeks!
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I'll be with you in spirit!!!!! I ended up with my own room, but I was able to find a ride cuz several classmates were at my hotel... So, dont panic if you have no roomie.... I'm sure you'll not be alone!!! Don't forget your camera... Oh yea, bring some slippers so you'll be comfy.... And, take lots of notes... Oh, bring a sweater too... And, if you have a small pillow, that'll be good... Other than that, you're all set!!!!!
Hugs!!!!!! I'm SO excited for you!!!! Please give Alissa and Janet a HUGE hug for me!!!!
I know you'll enjoy your time with Alissa! Stay "in the moment" and be safe!!! I can't WAIT to hear all about it! I know you'll be back to help me un-cook through Raw Food For Everyone!!!!
Last edited by ReneeH; 11-13-2010 at 02:12 PM.
2400$ seems like a lot of money for 3 days doesnt' it?
I am not sure why the course is condensed so much, I much rather perfer to have some time to experiment with recipes.
How can you condense 1 , 2 and 3 levels plus a Weekend course. What can you learn in 3 days, I already have alot of theoretical knowledge.
Anyway, I am sure Alissa has a lot to offer, but why they are choosing to condense the entire course down to 3 days I am not really sure. And I am doubting that it would be beneficial, especially when it is so rushed.
If anyone else has taken this condensed course if you can tell me you honest opinion of what you thought of it. I would be really interested in hearing from you.
Maybe the class is not for you... And, that's too bad. I went to Alissa's 4 day class and I really enjoyed it. She no longer has the Grezzo restaurant, so that was the 4th day back then.
I got SOOOOOO much out of my class with Alissa. In less than a year I have been on TV several times doing un-cooking Classes, I am a RAW Personal Chef and have uncooked for a famous person this summer, my Alissa Cohen Classes have been VERY successful, I have even been able to get my family to eat RAW with me...and, I'm SO not done!!!! I credit ALL of this success to my Class with Alissa. Honestly. She taught me how to dream BIG and gave me the tools and confidence I needed to run a successful RAW business.
I definitely feel that it was money well spent for me. But, I didn't focus on that. I am making the most out of the opportunity I had and puttiing to practice the things that I learned, but that's ME... If you feel you don't need her class, it's ok....really. I"m sure Alissa appreciates those who WANT to be there and believe me, her classes are always full with a waiting list of people who also feel it's money well spent.
....just wanted to tell you my opinion from the standpoint of someone who did take Alissa's class...
I just wanted to add, originally the Grezzo day was not there...AND there was no 2nd book... I don't think this Class is "condensed". (though it's true I haven't taken this particular class....). She probably just did some re-arranging is all. But send Jessica an email and I'm sure she'll tell you for sure....
I would love to go! If I went, I would have to have my own room though! :)
Maybe some time in the near future.
Have a great experience and I can't wait to see your future posts with all the meals you're going to prepare, you, Renee and I think GlimR really show your culinary skills on this community!
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