Plant-Based Cooking Classes: Live Healthier, Feel Better

Vegan cooking and nutrition instruction: Our classes offer an overview of whole food, vegan nutrition, including plant-based recipe demonstrations and specific resources for those with diabetes, cancer, obesity, heart disease, and other chronic health conditions. Most of our classes are online via Zoom to keep it safe and convenient for everyone.

You will learn the basic principles of cooking and eating a whole-food, plant-based diet in all Planted Platter classes. Sign up for anything that fits your schedule! While we may highlight specific health conditions to better illustrate the impact of diet on the body’s health, you will learn the fundamentals of plant-based cooking and vegan nutrition in all sessions.

For employers, non-profits, places of worship, and clubs seeking private group classes: Planted Platter will work directly with your defined group at a suitable time for your members. Please use the Contact form to submit your inquiry or call Planted Platter at 518.350.4080.

 

Upcoming Classes with Deb Czech

 

How Foods Fight Diabetes

How Foods Fight Diabetes

SUNDAY | 1.30.2022 | 3:30-4:45 p.m. ET
For those who have diabetes, plant-based meals can help to improve blood sugar levels and prevent complications. Learn why these meals are affordable, delicious, and satisfying! Cook along with instructor or just watch and learn.

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Power Foods for the Brain

Power Foods for the Brain

SUNDAY | 2.6.2022 | 3:30-4:45 p.m. ET
Many people worry about cognitive decline as they age. In this class, you will learn strategies for maintaining memory and improving brain function including how to prepare meals that promote brain health. Cook along with instructor or just watch and learn.

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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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