Sun. Nov. 4 (4-7pm) Macro Bowls. Macro bowls are the latest craze and are named so because they cover all your macronutrients - protein, carbs & fat. In this class you will learn the foundations of creating macro bowls so you can concoct a variety of healthy and delicious quick and easy meals. Recipes learned from this class can be carried over and used in other meals as well, so come hungry and ready to be creative! Instructor: Stacey Hamblett. $68. Register here!
Sun. Nov. 11 (2-5pm): The Un-Turkey. Stuffed squash got you feeling down? Store-bought holiday roast not cutting it? Tired of eating just the sides? Suffer no more, the Unturkey is here! A glorious assemblage of seitan, yuba, and stuffing, the Unturkey is truly the pinnacle of DIY mock meat. 0% cruelty and 100% awesome, this unbird will rock your holiday season. Join us for the potluck after the class and gobble up as much as you want! Light snacks will be served during the class. Instructor: Alex Pine. $38. SOLD OUT!
Sun. Nov. 11 (5-7pm): A Kind Thanksgiving Potluck. Bring your favorite plant-based dish and gather with us around the Un-Turkey! Whether you identify as a carnivore, omnivore, vegetarian, vegan, or something/nothing else, please join us in celebrating the fall harvest, our community and good food! Feel free to contribute a main dish, side, or finger food that is vegan - free of meat, dairy, eggs, & honey. Please bring an index card listing the ingredients in your dish. BYOB. Free; please RSVP because space is limited. Register here!
Sun. Nov. 18 (2-5pm): Gluten-Free Baking. Learn about the different types of flours and techniques used in gluten free baking, and how to craft delicious and nutritious baked goods from scratch. As a bonus, you will learn vegan baking techniques as well! Chef Stacey will finalize the menu on the day of, but ideas of what you might bake include: chocolate quinoa cupcakes with chocolate sweet potato frosting, apple ginger muffins, oatmeal raspberry bars, strawberry & spice crumb cake, coconut macaroons and/or a "raw" pumpkin pecan pie. These baked goods will be perfect for the upcoming holiday season! Instructor: Stacey Hamblett. $68. Register here!
Wed. Nov. 28 (6-8pm): Quick & Easy Dinners. Don’t sacrifice flavor and nutrition for your busy schedule - there are many ways to create a wholesome meal from scratch in a short amount of time. In this demonstration-style class, we will create one main dish and a side or two to enjoy together. We’ll also share tips for shopping on a budget, meal planning, and transitioning to a plant-based diet, with plenty of time for Q&A. Note: Each of the 3 Quick & Easy Dinners class in this schedule is different, so sign up for one, some, or all! Includes full meal. Instructor: Flora Brown. $38. Register here!
Sun. Dec. 2 (4-7pm) Journey to Japan. Sushi! Ramen! Katsu! There are so many delicious Japanese foods. In this class we will cover a few traditional and western style Japanese dishes as well as some basic Japanese staples and techniques. Meal will be provided. Added bonus: your instructor will have just returned from a trip to Japan and will give a quick overview of vegan food in the land of the rising sun. Instructor: Alex Pine. $68. Register here!
Wed. Dec. 5 (5:30-7:30): Holiday Treats. What says holiday season better than sharing a plate of cookies or desserts with family and friends. In this hands on class you will learn healthier plant based baking using a variety of ingredients including whole grains, unrefined sweeteners, nuts and non dairy milks to make delicious cookies, brownies and desserts. You will leave with a variety of cookies and desserts to enjoy!. Instructor: Kathleen Coullard. $52. Register here!
Sun. Dec. 9 (4-7pm): DIY Pantry Staples for the Vegan Kitchen. Why buy it when you can make it? This class will show you how to make and use vegan staples in your everyday cooking. Some topics include:
- The art and science of nutritional yeast
- Aquafaba: is it truly fabulous?
- Everything is better with vegenaise
The staples covered in this class will allow you to veganize most recipes without relying on store-bought substitutes. Light snacks will be provided and participants will be able to take home their creations. Instructor: Alex Pine. $52. Register here!
Wed. Dec. 12 (6-8pm): Quick & Easy Dinners. Don’t sacrifice flavor and nutrition for your busy schedule - there are many ways to create a wholesome meal from scratch in a short amount of time. In this demonstration-style class, we will create one main dish and a side or two to enjoy together. We’ll also share tips for shopping on a budget, meal planning, and transitioning to a plant-based diet, with plenty of time for Q&A. Note: Each of the 3 Quick & Easy Dinners class in this schedule is different, so sign up for one, some, or all! Includes full meal. Instructor: Flora Brown $38. Register here!
Each class requires a minimum of 4 participants to run. If we do not reach that minimum by 48 hours of the scheduled class, we will notify you that the class is cancelled and issue you a refund.
Your full payment reserves your spot in a class. If a class is filled, we will place you on the waiting list and notify you if a spot becomes available.
Cancellation/Refund Policy: Your payment is refundable, or transferable to another class, with at least 48 hours notice. We are not able to issue refunds for cancellations with less than 48 hours notice but may be able to offer you a spot in an upcoming class provided there is room, at our discretion.
Thanks to a new partnership with Community Harvest, we are able to offer a limited number of scholarships to our cooking classes. Please click here for more info.
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