WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 15th at 11 a.m. Pacific / 2 p.m. Eastern
No-one likes to feel rejected, right? We are not the food we cook. But, when we’ve worked hard to put a healthy, tasty dinner on the table, only to be met with resistance (or worse!) from our loved ones, it can feel like a slap in the face.
What’s a plant-based home cook supposed to do when their crowd isn’t as enthusiastic as they are about discovering new plant-based ingredients and dishes?
Here is what we will do in this 1-hour workshop:
- Talk about “picky eaters” (I prefer the term highly selective diners…) in the context of plant-based cooking and eating (including vegan/non-vegan mixed families)
- Examine our goals when it comes to meal times
- Review Ellyn Satter’s “Division of Responsibility” principles in the context of vegan and mixed (veg/non-veg/flexitarian) families.
- Practice strategies to plan meals with picky eaters in mind
- Choose tactics to implement at your next meal
Children 2-12 years old are the main group we will discuss in this workshop, however many of the insights will be applicable to adults with a short list of healthy “green” foods.
There will be a replay but it’s always more engaging and effective to attend live, so I hope you can make it in person.
This event is free for Vegan Meal Plan subscribers (look in your email for the coupon code).
All fees in US dollars.