Address and Time
03 de jun de 2022, 18:30 – 20:30
New York, 305 E 119th St suite B, New York, NY 10035, USA
About the Event
In this class we will be learning how to make vegan sweets that are low on calories, healthy and that can be eaten guilty free.
We will be making:
- Chocolate vegan mousse
- Lemon pie
Each class consist of up to 7 people, 1 on each table. Every table is equipped to cook all the recipes. The teacher will explain how to do each recipe and also, we will be working together to make each recipe perfect!
After all the recipes are done everybody will be tasting the recipes they made and talking about their experiences.
An evening to spend with friends and to have a great time after work. Space is limited to up to 7 people.
Social distancing and masks and VACCINATION CARD are required.
We provide gloves, alcohol, and antibacterial soap.
We suggest bringing a food container to take home all your creations! 😊
The WFPB diet is not necessarily a set diet — it’s more of a lifestyle.
This is because plant-based diets can vary greatly depending on the extent to which a person includes animal products in their diet.
Nonetheless, the basic principles of a whole-foods, plant-based diet are as follows:
Emphasizes whole, minimally processed foods.
Limits or avoids animal products.
Focuses on plants, including vegetables, fruits, whole grains, legumes, seeds and nuts, which should make up the majority of what you eat.
Excludes refined foods, like added sugars, white flour and processed oils.
Pays special attention to food quality, with many proponents of the WFPB diet promoting locally sourced, organic food whenever possible.
Fortunately, making dietary and lifestyle changes can facilitate weight loss and have a lasting impact on health.
Many studies have shown that plant-based diets are beneficial for weight loss.
The high fiber content of the WFPB diet, along with the exclusion of processed foods, is a winning combination for shedding excess pounds.
July 3rd In Person Vegan Dessert cooking class