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Build Your Own Cooking Class
Build Your Own Cooking Class

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At Three Leaf Farmden or Your Location

Build Your Own Cooking Class

Now there is a wonderfully creative way to learn about a vegetarian/vegan lifestyle while improving your culinary skills in the kitchen by personalizing your own cooking class!

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At Three Leaf Farmden or Your Location

About the event

Explore the culinary arts while becoming familiar with the science behind plant-based meals. Classes are taught by our chef-in-residence, a global traveler who has over thirty years experience in plant based meal preparation. The dishes reflect the eclectic taste, color and ingredients of a myriad of cultures, opening up a world of gastronomical experience. 

Choose the focus, size, and length of the class and prepare to discover your inner chef. Classes can focus on varying areas of concentration and tailored to your skill level. Join the growing number of people turning to a plant based diet. Whether for health reasons, weight loss, or a deepening compassion for the welfare  of animals and the sustainability of this planet, learn how to prepare  simple, meals that are cost effective, nutritious, healthy, and most of  all delicious.

Class length varies depending on the type of class chosen. We are happy to discuss options with you! You can build your own class by deciding details including:

  • Number of people in the class. Just  you, you and your spouse or significant other,  friends, folks from  work, a church group, or youth club (come together and split the cost)!
  • Class location: ​Three Leaf Farmden (Port Royal), your home, a community kitchen, or a space at your church
  • What do you want to learn to cook? Choose the area or areas you want to concentrate on, these include, but are not limited to: ​​

Learning the basics: Plant based meals 101

Making the most of tofu's versability

Working with wheat gluten the vegan "meat"

The aromatic world of herbs and spices

Beans, legumes and pulses

Building a great soup

Beans and Rice one dish five continents.

Choosing low-glycemic: the diabetic paradise

The African Vegan: plant-based traditional Nigerian dishes

Cooking for a gluten-free lifestyle

Fast-food favorites: Tricking teenagers and kids into eating what's good for them

Three Leaf Farmden is supported by your self-guided donations.

Suggested donation for this programme: $50.00 an hour plus ingredients.

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