In the Kitchen: A Plant-Based Cooking Demo Class in Colorado Springs this May!
By JL Fields on February 28, 2013
I recently shared that my March class, Beyond Meatless Mondays: Dive Deeper into Plant-Based Living, filled up quickly so I added an April class over the weekend. It’s nearly half full already!
I survey new students upon registration to asses their class goals; the beauty of a small, group coaching-style learning environment is that students get a very personalized experience in the classroom. I have simply loved reading their learning objectives! Many are veg-curious, several are ready to explore moving from vegetarian to vegan, and there are a few vegans who want support and ideas as they continue their journey. They are going to get exactly what they want from this class and I am going to love teaching it!
Their feedback was instrumental in the development of the next class in my vegan education series, which I’m delighted to announce today!
In the Kitchen: A Plant-Based Cooking Demonstration Class in Colorado Springs
This two-session cooking demonstration class is an introduction to cooking healthy, balanced vegan meals and includes tips and tricks for the busy non-cook. Held in an actual kitchen, this class will prepare students to take theory to practice immediately!
The class meets on two Wednesdays in May, from 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m., on the westside (location provided upon registration) and is limited to 10 participants.
- May 8 The Five Fabulous Vegan Food Groups: Why you should eat them and how to cook them
- May 15 The Pressure Cooker: Healthy vegan meals in minutes
Advanced registration is required. [click to continue…]
JL Fields is co-author of the forthcoming Vegan for Her: The Women’s Guide to Being Healthy and Fit on a Plant-Based Diet and writes the blog JL goes Vegan.
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