Wellness 101: Healing Herbal Honey with The Kosmic Kitchen | Extra Credit
Spend a cozy evening learning how to set up your kitchen rituals to feel grounded and nourished for fall.
In this workshop, Sarah Kate will walk you through simple ways to balance with the energetics of the season, key herbs and spices for everyday support, and how to make a delicious healing herbal honey for elixirs and meals.
Together we’ll make an adaptogenic spice blend that can be mixed into honey for an instant warming beverage. All supplies are provided and you’ll get to take a jar home with you to enjoy. There will also be some herbal treats to nibble on during the workshop.
This event is part of Extra Credit, our how-to series teaching you all the things school never will. Follow Graduate Berkeley for upcoming events.
Bio: Sarah Kate Benjamin
Sarah Kate Benjamin is an herbalist, holistic chef, and cookbook author. After being diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome in her early twenties, she relied on nourishing foods and restorative herbs to heal. Since then, she’s been teaching kitchen herbalism and herbal cooking for the past 10 years. Her approach is all about getting people to feel confident building relationships with healing plants and learning how to infuse them into everyday meals and rituals for support.
Her first co-authored book, The Kosmic Kitchen Cookbook, was released with Roost Books in August of 2020. Sarah lives in Sebastopol, California where she teaches online herbal cooking classes, one-on-one consultations, and monthly meal plan subscriptions. You can learn more about her work and get in touch with her at The Kosmic Kitchen or on IG @thekosmickitchen.