May 15, 2013 · 6:00 PM
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Because this event is open to the public register ASAP to reserve your spot! As public students enroll I will reduce the capacity for MeetUp members.
PLEASE NOTE: RSVP-ing on the Meetup site does NOT enroll you in the class. MeetUp members who do not register will be removed from the RSVP list once the class is filled with 10 paid registrations. Register here.
In the Kitchen: A Plant-Based Cooking Demonstration Class 2 (May 15), The Pressure Cooker: Healthy Vegan Meals in Minutes, is the second in a two-session class. Registration is $15 (sign up for both sessions for only $25).
ABOUT THE CLASS
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. Take the entire 2-session course for only $25 (and save!) or register for a single session for $15.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
JL Fields is a Colorado Springs-based vegan lifestyle coach and educator – certified by the Main Street Vegan Academy – at Go Vegan with JL! She is co-author of the forthcoming Vegan for Her: The Women’s Guide to Being Healthy and Fit on a Plant-Based Diet (Da Capo Press, July 2013) with Virginia Messina. A devoted culinary student, JL has studied at the Natural Gourmet Institute and Organic Avenue, completed the Intensive Study Program at The Christina Pirello School of Natural Cooking and Integrative Health Studiesand is completing a certificate in fitness nutrition. JL shares plant-based education, recipes and cooking techniques, as well as animal rights information and resources, on the popular blog JL goes Vegan and is the editor of the community blog Stop Chasing Skinny. JL is the owner and lead consultant for JL Fields Consulting. She serves on the board of directors of Our Hen House.