MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Nourishing our minds, bodies and souls is so important to our overall well-being.

That idea is how a new cooking class came about.

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WCCO’s Jamie Yuccas and Kim Johnson went to Kitchen in the Market at the Midtown Global Market to try the new “Psychic Supper.”

Here is how it works.

A gluten free menu is provided to open our minds to new things. Participants prepare the meal that will then in turn feed their bodies.

Then, while the dinner is being prepared each participant sits down for a reading that will sooth and feed the soul.

Jamie and Kim had a premonition it would be fun, and they were right.

“How many of you have been to a class before,” Molly Herrmann, of Midtown Global Market, asked.

Kitchen in the Market often holds cooking classes.

“This is our very first psychic supper,” Herrmann said.

At the psychic supper, the will still learn how to make a delicious dish, but they’ll also learn more about themselves.

“We’re sort of healthy mind, body and spirit,” Herrmann said. “When you’re taking care of yourself wholly, you’re opening yourself up to whatever the universe is presenting to you,” Herrmann said.

Herrmann owns the commercial kitchen space in Midtown Global Market.

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She knows food. But readings?

“I was such a skeptic ,” she said.

But she started coming around after information was revealed about her grandmothers.

“And they were kind of able to tell me things that only they would know,” Herrmann said.

“She did what a lot of people do, name and date of birth,” psychic Christine Schroeder said. “‘OK, yeah. What’s my name, date of birth. [with arms crossed]’ It gets very intense when people do that, but that’s fine. If people choose to do that, that’s fine. Your information is going to come through no matter what.”

Schroeder has been able to read energy her whole life.

“Some people have actually avoided me because I’ve told them I’m a psychic, which is fine with me,” Schroeder said.

Schroeder started professionally as a psychic eight years ago.

“I’m not out to prove anything. If people want my service, great. If they don’t, that’s ok too,” Schroeder said.

While each group worked in the kitchen to make dinner, Schroeder met one-on-one with each of us.

After breaking down your energy, Schroeder lets you take the lead.

Jamie and Kim thought that might be too personal to reveal, but they can tell you, she was spot on!

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If eyes are the window to the soul theirs are wide open.