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Rise and Shine Breakfast Foods Cooking Class

Rise and Shine Breakfast Foods

Saturday~ March 23rd ~ 10-12 noon

Consider changing up your morning routine with some great ideas for a super charge vegan day.  Sample a Chia a.m. cocktail, Rosemary and Fennel Breakfast Potatoes, Tofu Scramble, Charlotte's Web Tempeh Bacon, Dr. Fuhrman's Breakfast Burrito Bowl, Fresh Fruit and Porridge, no sugar fruit sweetened granola, plus breakfast on the run using bulk food preparation.

Learn how vegan athletes get the most out of their day and join us for some high energy breakfast morning food.  Class fee $49.00  Reservations required.  For more information visit or call Debbie at[masked]

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  • Deborah D.

    Due to the snowy weather this morning class was cancelled. The rescheduled date is Saturday April 6th, ten a.m.

    March 23, 2013

    • Ann V S.

      Hi Deb, you can copy this one (see "copy this meetup" above the class name) and just change the date. That way you don't have to completely redo it. When you have a reschedule event in the future, before it starts you can simply change the date on the event then send an email to folks through the option it offers. I can show you next time I see you, if you don't know what I mean. Thank you!!

      March 23, 2013

  • arens1113

    I wish this was a little cheaper! I'd love to attend! Next time maybe!

    March 12, 2013

    • Ann V S.

      I have done some checking and this seems to be the going rate for those who do cooking classes as a business. It is costly and time consuming to prepare for and present classes, so there isn't a lot left over. Those who do it specifically to promote veganism, do it from their hearts, and they tend to have fewer students. A vegan chef friend of mind tells me they barely make $7 an hour per class, but they love it because they do it for reasons other than making a living. Some write cookbooks in hopes of supplementing income. Doing this as a business doesn't leave time for other jobs. I hope this helps to explain the reasons for the price. :-)

      March 22, 2013

  • Deborah D.

    Thanks, I hope some time in the future too! Keep in mind vegfest this coming July, lot's of cooking demos planned.

    1 · March 13, 2013

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