Welcome to the Cooking Club! 

Have you ever found yourself staring into the fridge, hungry and grumpy, with no clue what to whip up for a quick lunch or delicious dinner? We get it! The endless sea of dietary advice can be overwhelming. But what if you could cut through the noise and learn to create balanced, delicious meals with whole food ingredients? You’re in the right place!

Introducing The Omnivore’s Ayurvedic Cooking Club – your companion and guide to eating with intention, balance, and joy!

What's Inside:

🍃 Four Seasonal Cycles: Dive deep into heart of Ayurvedic cooking with seasonal cooking with recipes and cooking classes designed to align your meals with nature’s rhythms.

  • Spring: April 1 - June 21
  • Summer: July 1 - September 21
  • Fall: October 1 - December 21
  • Winter: January 1 - March 21

📅 Monthly Recipe Drop: Every month, you'll receive 6 fresh, seasonally-inspired recipes in a beautifully designed digital recipe book.

  • Weekday & Weekend Recipes: Quick, wholesome staples for busy days and playful dishes to flex your creative muscles and expand your skills on the weekends.
  • Kitchen Medicine Remedies: Simple solutions to keep you feeling your best through the seasons using common herbs and spices found right in your pantry!

👩‍🍳 Monthly Live Cooking Classes with Claire: Join Claire Ragozzino for a 90-minute live cooking class each month. She'll show you how to bring all these fabulous recipes together into a mindful, balanced meal. You’ll receive an easy shopping list and prep guide to prepare for each class. 

  • When: Live classes are held on the last Thursday or Sunday of each month (12 classes total)
  • Extras: Live Q&A time with Claire to answer all your Ayurveda and culinary questions.
  • All classes are recorded! Can’t make it live? No worries, catch up at your own pace with our class recordings!

🍽️ Join our Cooks Circle: An inclusive community space where members share food tips and tricks, inspirational stories, and photos of what we've cooked up from our home kitchens.

Expand Your Knowledge

Learn the "why" behind the recipes and how to craft intentional, seasonal meals a year of Ayurvedic cooking.

Gain Kitchen Confidence

Have accountability in the kitchen, try new weekly recipes and cooking techniques, get efficient at meal planning/prep.

Build Your Repertoire

Take away 18 new recipes each season (72 a year!) and grow your repertoire of weekday staples and entertaining ideas.

Why Join Us?
Imagine stepping into your kitchen, brimming with clarity, confidence and excitement. Eating doesn't have to be overwhelming anymore. In our Cooking Club, you'll learn the art of using all foods with purpose, crafting meals that nourish and balance the body through the changing seasons. Get ready to be inspired, expand your recipe repertoire, experience eating with the seasons, and infuse your daily meals with Ayurvedic wisdom!

It's Not A Fad Diet
Ayurveda is not a restrictive fad diet. It’s an expansive language and gateway to learning your body and how to nourish yourself based on your environment, your digestive capacity and your unique needs.

In fact, Ayurveda does not even require you to be vegetarian. Ayurvedic cooking works with a wide range of foods in the plant and animal kingdom. But rather than consuming mindlessly, Ayurvedic wisdom teaches us how to consume in an intentional, functional way, with methods that make a meal more digestible.

It's So Much More Than A Recipe

There are millions of recipes on the internet just a Google search away. We're more than a collection of recipes! Join cookbook author and natural foods chef, Claire Ragozzino, for a LIVE online cooking class and Q&A each month. Learn the why behind the recipes we share, uncover how each ingredient has a medicinal value and specific action on your body/mind. Each season, you'll not only receive a colorful recipe book and shopping list, you'll learn to bring the recipes to life, expand your own embodied knowledge, and build lasting tools that take you out of the constant guessing game of what and how to eat for your unique needs.

How Memberships Work:

Flexible Membership Options:

  • Seasonal Membership (3 months): Join anytime and get 3 months of access to our cooking club content, no matter when you join you'll get access to the current season and past seasonal recipes.
  • Annual Membership (12 months): Save $125 and enjoy a full year of access, including all four seasons of content, no matter when you join.

Automatic Enrollment:

  • When you sign up for the annual membership, you're automatically enrolled in all four seasons.

Renewal Made Easy:

  • At the end of your membership cycle, you can choose to renew for another season or the entire year.
  • Each season brings fresh, new content!
Join now to start cooking with confidence and joy all year long!

Choose Your Membership

Our Recipes

The Omnivore's approach to Ayurvedic cooking uses all substances to create seasonal and healing diets. Our recipes are plant-forward with an inclusion of intentional dairy and animal proteins. All recipes include Dosha modification notes for ingredients substitutions and swaps to adapt a dish to your needs. Expect a range of flavors from East to West, with everyday staples, healthy takes on classic comfort foods, cleansing dishes and kitchen remedies.



Soups & Salads

Main Dishes

Versatile Sides

Sweet Treats


Do I need any previous experience with Ayurveda? 
Nope, all you need is an open mind and a desire to try new things. This is not an Ayurveda 101 course (you can find that course here if you’re interested!), simply a place to cook together and expand your food knowledge base. You’ll learn tips, tricks, remedies and seasonal Ayurvedic wisdom along the way. 

What kitchen experience do I need? 
This cooking club is open to all experience levels and we aim to share a range of techniques for the novice to the seasoned cook. Our weekday themed recipes will be simple and quick to make for those busy days, and our weekend recipes may inspire you to flex your creative muscles a little more in the kitchen. Above all, this is a learning platform and we welcome all questions along the way. 

Will all the recipes taste like curry?
Ayurvedic cooking spans far beyond kitchari and curries! The recipes in our cooking club will celebrate cuisines from around the world with an Ayurvedic spin. Ayurvedic pizza? French-inspired roast chicken? Yes, it’s possible! Ayurvedic cooking uses universal principles to understand actions of ingredients (heating, cooling, moistening, drying, building, lightening, etc) and can be applied to a range of flavors. You can expect a diverse mix of dishes and flavors also familiar to a Western palate. 

Are these the same recipes in your book and blog?
No, they are not. You can expect all new recipes each month not found in my first book, Living Ayurveda, or on my website recipe index. Get inspired with fresh content and cooking ideas tailored to the season!

Why omnivore? I thought Ayurvedic cooking was vegetarian only? 
This is a common myth! If you think Ayurvedic cooking is only vegetarian, only curries and kitchari, and mushy porridge, then get excited to find out that these are common myths. In fact, Ayurvedic cooking works with all ranges of foods in the plant and animal kingdom. But rather than consuming mindlessly, Ayurvedic wisdom teaches us how to consume in an intentional, functional way, using methods that make a meal more digestible. Throughout the year, we’ll discuss ethics and how to source quality animal products when using these ingredients, and ways to prepare them according to your digestive capacity and needs. If you’re vegan, vegetarian or gluten-free, we’ll discuss ingredient modifications, too! In the Omnivore’s Ayurvedic Cooking Club, you’ll take away a range of plant-focused/animal-inclusive recipes and cooking methods that you can apply to stay balanced through the seasons, with take a more inclusive and flexible approach to whole foods eating. 

Will this require specialty ingredients? 
You may be introduced to new spices in this recipe club. However, we will always suggest ingredient alternatives and aim to make dishes easy and accessible. We also provide US-based and international sourcing links to specialty ingredients in case you’d like to expand your pantry! 

What tools will I need? 
No fancy equipment required here. You’ll need a few pots and pans with lids, a cutting board and sharp knife, a mixing bowl or two, cooking spoons (we recommend wooden), and a blender is a plus for creamy soups and sauces. We also love a good microplane or handheld grater, but a knife works just fine, too. Inside our Cooking Club platform, you’ll find a page with recommended cookware and sources. We’ll also provide a list of equipment for each monthly recipe and shopping list release. 

How long are the cooking classes?
Live cooking classes are 90 minutes long with a 30 minute Q&A time at the end of each session. We email out the class recipes and shopping list a week before so you can prep your kitchen and join us live via Zoom. All live classes are recorded and available to watch at your own pace in our course platform if you can’t join us live. Expect one live cooking class and Q&A with Claire each month (12 total for the annual cycle). 

What about refunds? 
We offer seasonal and annual membership subscriptions, which can be cancelled at any point to end future billing cycles. All sales are final on seasonal and annual purchases.

Meet Claire

Claire Ragozzino is a certified Ayurvedic counselor with a background in holistic nutrition and natural cooking. Her work is dedicated to bringing yoga, Ayurveda, and nutrition to a modern lifestyle. Her first book, Living Ayurveda, offers a comprehensive Ayurvedic cookbook and lifestyle guide.

She grew up in a family of restauranteurs, has worked in commercial kitchens and culinary academies, and has taught in-person and online cooking classes for the last 12 years. Her greatest passion is food, the way it ties us together across cultures and leads us back to health and our connection with nature. When she's not in the kitchen, you'll find her tending to her garden or sharing meals with friends around the table.

Learn more about her work at www.vidyaliving.com