Our founder’s in-laws are from India, and her cooking is very much influenced from her mother-in-law who was the chef at her own Indian restaurants in Queensland for many years! These recipes are authentic and guaranteed to impress.
The word “thali” means plate and is an old custom. It’s essentially a traditional meal that’s served with up to 10 varieties of dishes in small round bowls called katoris. They are arranged on a big plate known as a thali. This Thali meal is a combination of Fiona’s in-laws favourite dishes.
This class is loaded with full body flavours, and a great variety of dishes to try out! Wholesome Bellies’ classes are for all levels as all recipes are simple, using only a few key ingredients. Why complicate life 🙂
This class is suitable for gluten free – every dish is gluten free!
The class is 100% plant-based. This class is gluten-free. As a vegan establishment the use of nuts in our premises is high. Please note that our meals may contain traces of nuts.
Please note tickets are not refundable, however if unable to attend you can transfer the tickets to a friend.
Whilst very rare, if we do not meet minimum ticket sales for our classes, they will be rescheduled, or an option for a refund will be provided.
Lynn Johnstone, a seasoned home cook and passionate vegan joined our Wholesome Bellies family in 2021. To support her daughter’s decision to go vegan she returned to University to study Nutrition and Dietetics. Since then Lynn has proudly published her own book Nourished Vegan: Teenagers Guide to help other families considering plant-based eating through wholesome recipes, practical tips and helpful information. Lynn’s passion has inspired her to lead plant based workshops and classes across a variety of cuisines, which she is excited to share with people at any stage of their plant-based journey at Wholesome Bellies.