You already know the health benefits of whole plant foods in reducing the risk of conditions like diabetes, heart disease, and cancer. The challenge lies in incorporating nutritious plant-based meals into your family’s busy life, without relying so much on less-wholesome processed vegan meats and restaurant meals.

If you’re responsible for cooking most meals for your loved ones and want to optimize your meal planning for better health, you might be asking: what should I cook, and how can I make it efficient?

I understand. With 10 years of experience cooking plant-based meals, I’ve learned valuable lessons in meal planning and time management, while extensively studying plant-based nutrition. I’m excited to share my insights with you in this free workshop.

Participating in this interactive 1-hour workshop will teach you simple strategies you can apply to your next meal plan. Don’t get me wrong: planning and cooking a variety of wholesome meals will still take time. But a little forethought can go a long way to cut through the overwhelm and make the most of your time.

12 p.m. Pacific / 3 p.m. Eastern / 8 p.m. London UK
Free to attend live – Replay available for a fee
Register below to get the Zoom link

Workshop highlights

  • Streamlining breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snack choices
  • Basic principles to create nourishing meals
  • Combining
  • Enhancing meals with nutrition boosters without adding prep time
  • Case study: a sample weekly plan based on Vegan Family Meal Plans
  • Making conscious compromises when goals conflict

This workshop focuses on meal planning. There will be no cooking. To save time in the kitchen, it’s important to strategize before stepping in front of the stove.

Who should attend?

  • People responsible for their household’s meals, but with other priorities like jobs, caregiving, hobbies, etc.
  • Health-conscious individuals looking to optimize meal planning and choices for themselves and their loved ones
  • Cooks who are able to follow everyday recipes and make basic substitutions (complete beginners may find it overwhelming)
  • Anyone looking to incorporate more wholesome plant-based meals into their diet (whether they are already vegan or will never be)

Disclaimer: This workshop is provided for your information and convenience. It is designed to promote preventive health practices. If you suffer from a medical condition, please consult a plant-friendly doctor and/or registered dietitian.