Plant-Based Online Cooking Classes for Summer 2020

Plant-Based Online Cooking Classes for Summer 2020

We are very excited to be offering several day and evening classes on plant-based nutrition and vegan cooking this summer, including a new series focused on reducing your chronic health risks in this time of COVID-19. Our upcoming whole food, plant-based classes will...

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“I’m Allergic to Veggies”

“I’m Allergic to Veggies”

While Planted Platter loves kale and lima beans and all things green, we realize that not everyone does. Fear not. We’ll help you find the ones you like. Sometimes people say they don’t like a certain vegetable because they have had unpleasant experiences eating it...

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Food For Life Classes Teach Tasty Plant-Based Recipes

Food For Life Classes Teach Tasty Plant-Based Recipes

Ready to explore how a plant-based diet can make you healthier? Join us for one of our classes (see Summer 2020 schedule) packed with recipes, tips, and ideas to help prevent or reverse chronic diseases. Planted Platter's founder, Deb Czech, is a licensed Food For...

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Family Food Traditions: Helping or Hurting?

Family Food Traditions: Helping or Hurting?

Many people have family food traditions and dishes that have been passed down from generation to generation. Though we sometimes say that our health issues are "hereditary" it is often our family recipes and mealtime patterns that have guided our behavior over many...

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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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