Plant based cooking has a reputation for being packed with vegetables. And plant based cooking can be a deeply satisfying way to eat less meat.
Lately, I have been getting calls about plant based cooking classes.
Yes, I can teach you plant based cooking.
And then I ask them what they mean by plant based cooking. For some, they just want to learn quick and easy ways to cook and eat more vegetables. Transition to more meatless meals. Yes, I can teach you how to do that.
When I learned about plant based cooking, I was on a holistic health cruise with my mother. She loved cruising and I knew I would need a cruise with organic vegetarian meals. We found one that also offered lectures and the latest research presented by doctors like Michael Klaper, Dr T Colin Campbell, cooking demos, whole food plant based nutrition, yoga, and more.
Besides quality time with mom, this cruise was a great networking opportunity for me and some of the presenters were already familiar with my work and cookbooks.
And I met many friendly folks. Some on the cruise were also recovering from heart disease. Crediting eating a plant based diet with their recovery. They happily ate meals with organic whole grains, beans, vegetables, fruit, nuts, seeds, and little or no oil.
I love to teach hands on cooking classes that are more than an eat this and not that.
And can offer clients both approaches to plant based cooking, adding loving kindness in the kitchen, fun and cooking from your heart.
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