Harvest Cooking Classes at Pitney Meadows

Harvest Cooking Classes at Pitney Meadows

THURSDAY | 9.29.2022 | 6:00-7:00 p.m. EDT
Join Deb Czech for hands-on cooking classes featuring farm-fresh produce. Hosted on the beautiful grounds of Pitney Meadows Community Farm, the remaining classes in 2022 will be held: 9/29, 10/20, and 11/10.

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Albany VegFest 2022

Albany VegFest 2022

SUNDAY | 10.2.2022 | 11:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
It’s back! Stop by Albany VegFest at the Capital Center (55 Eagle Street, Albany, NY) to sample delicious vegan food, shop vegan merchandise, gather resources that can guide your vegan lifestyle, and hear a fabulous line-up of speakers. Planted Platter’s Deb Czech will be hosting the information table for the Physicians Committee.

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Free Cooking Class: Flavors for Fall

Free Cooking Class: Flavors for Fall

THURSDAY | 10.20.2022 | 11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. ET
Join Deb Czech for a free, in-person, plant-based cooking demonstration featuring the flavors of the fall season. You’ll help create the dishes and receive all the recipes! Hosted by Saratoga Springs Public Library.

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Plant-Based Sandwiches | Video and Recipes

Plant-Based Sandwiches | Video and Recipes

Fun and filling, these tasty plant-based sandwiches and condiments feature robust flavors and are easy to create. It’s time to trade in sandwiches with meat, cheese, fish, and eggs for flavorful, healthy plants!

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Resources on Food, Agriculture, and Climate Change

Resources on Food, Agriculture, and Climate Change

Did you know that by eating more plant-based meals, you can help to reduce global warming? Animal agriculture is responsible for significant environmental damage around the globe. Check out our recommended films and articles with more details.

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Stuffed Peppers

Stuffed Peppers

Depending on portion size (whole pepper vs. half), this dish works well as a main entree or a side dish. Any leftovers make an easy lunch or supper the next day.

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Plants & Protein

Plants & Protein

By far, the most common question a plant-based eater hears is, “Where do you get your protein?” Over and over (and over) again, people are very concerned about protein deficiencies on a plant-based diet. Even when you assure them of your continued survival, and add in...

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Rethinking Restaurant Salads for Maximum Appeal

Rethinking Restaurant Salads for Maximum Appeal

It’s very common these days to review a restaurant menu and notice that every salad has animal protein on it: salad with goat cheese or bacon; salad with chicken, or salmon, or shrimp; salad with grilled steak. We’ve all seen this, right?

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Food For Life Classes Teach Tasty Plant-Based Recipes

Food For Life Classes Teach Tasty Plant-Based Recipes

Food for Life classes feature nutrition information and recipes that can help to prevent diet-related chronic diseases such as cancer, heart disease, diabetes, and obesity. Designed by physicians, nurses, and registered dietitians, Food for Life promotes healthful eating based on the latest scientific research.

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“I’m Allergic to Veggies”

“I’m Allergic to Veggies”

Sometimes people say they don’t like vegetables because they have had unpleasant experiences eating them before. If you need coaching and guidance on how to adjust to plant-based eating, Planted Platter can help.

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