The Palmetto Plant Eaters Club is free, open to the public, and meets monthly to teach and support whole food plant-based eating. Club founder and facilitator Carla Golden will present on Wednesday, April 4th at 6:30pm at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the Lowcountry at 110 Malphrus Road in Bluffton, SC. She will be showcasing a new line of whole food plant-based meal kits and giving away 14 LeafSide meal kits to attendees.
Learn more about the Palmetto Plant Eaters Club at http://www.PalmettoPlantEaters
The one hour Palmetto Plant Eaters Club meeting will consist of introductions, announcements, upcoming calendar events, and the presentation. Afterward a Q&A session will take place for the speaker and to address any general plant-based vegan lifestyle topics. Our meetings are for the curious, newbies, and longtime plant-based vegan practitioners alike.
LeafSide makes healthy eating easy and accessible with shelf-stable 100% whole food, plant-based meals which are ready to eat in minutes with no real work or effort. LeafSide offers four meal meal types: smoothies, sweet bowls, soups, and savory bowls which have all been designed by professional chefs to taste great while delivering the leading nutrition science written about in the global bestselling book How Not to Die: Discover the Foods Scientifically Proven to Prevent and Reverse Disease by Dr. Michael Greger.
LeafSide’s two founders, Matt Sedlacek and Dr. Kai Wu, became friends through their shared passion to transform the world with plant-based nutrition and have used their computer science and engineering backgrounds to drive innovation in the food industry. LeafSide meal kits provide a high-quality convenient and affordable solution for those transitioning to whole food, plant-based eating, busy adults, traveling professionals, and anyone who likes to have nutritious quick food on-hand to be enjoyed in a matter of minutes.
The Palmetto Plant Eaters Club is thrilled to announce a Vegan Paleo Cheese Making Class with Avai on Saturday, April 7, 2018, from 1-4pm
at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the Lowcountry at 110 Malphrus Road in Bluffton, SC. The class fee is $45 per person and class size limited to 15 participants. Registration is online here: CarlaGoldenWellness.com/Cheese
Avai will demonstrate how to make delicious vegan and paleo non-dairy cheeses and yogurts. Cashew cream cheese, smoked almond gouda, walnut-date cashew cream cheese, sharp cheddar almond cheese, sun-dried tomato & basil cashew cheese, lemon-pepper cashew cheese, almond cheese, and cashew yogurt are just some of the non-dairy delectables Avai will showcase.
Participants will leave with a working knowledge of how to make nut based cheeses and yogurts at home, printed recipes, an understanding of the benefits of nut-based cheeses over traditional dairy cheeses, and the experience of tasting from a platter of prepared vegan and paleo cheeses.
This is a Cultures in Your Kitchen class, from the Save the World from Your Kitchen series. The instructor of this health-promoting class is Avai, MSW – Founder of Choosing Eden and its Vibrant Health programs since 1999. Avai has been vegetarian for 30 years, vegan for 28 years, and has more than 40 years experience in nutrition and its role in our health – and even more experience in food preparation! She will be visiting Bluffton, SC, from Lake Monticello, VA.
The Palmetto Plant Eaters Club is free, open to the public, and meets monthly to teach and support whole food plant-based eating. Learn more about the Palmetto Plant Eaters Club at PalmettoPlantEaters.com
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