I love teaching and sharing what I know about plant-based proteins and meatless cooking.
My next class is just a week away, so I hope you’ll join me on Saturday, January 24, 2015 in Rock Hill at the York County Library from 2-3:30 for a lively class on how to make tasty meatless meals, as well as the “why” behind eating less meat.
For those of you who have attended some of my other sessions, this class is going to be a bit different.
Sure you’re going to get to taste some delicious food and learn how to use all of the meat analogues available in our local stores.
I’ve been researching the medical and health reasons for reducing or eliminating meat and dairy products from your diet. We’ll be talking about The China Study and the nutritional research study on which it is based, as well as the film, Forks Over Knives. In fact, if you have a chance to see the film before my session, our discussion and opportunity to learn from each other will be even richer!
I’ll also be using material from National Geographic’s outstanding series on The Future of Food, which explores the challenging question of how we are going to feed the nine billion people on our planet in 2050.
My class is free, but advance registration is required. To register, call 803-981-5845. And please come hungry because you’ll want to sample some of my newest creations!