Vegetarian Cooking | Meatless Monday
Food & Drink
Here’s just a few compelling of reasons to go meatless even if it’s only one day a week. First, it’s better for your health. Going meatless once a week could reduce your risk of chronic preventable conditions like cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and obesity.
Going meatless could prevent unnatural substances such as growth hormones and other chemicals from entering our bodies. It also benefits the environment by reducing our carbon footprint. We can save natural resources such as fresh water, feed grains, and fossil fuel. Join the movement and go meat free on Monday or any other day of the week!
Gain hands-on experience in making this vegetarian and gluten-free menu; seasoned baked kale chips, black bean & quinoa burgers, baked zucchini chips, roasted beets with oranges and goat cheese salad.
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DeDee's food and cooking interests led her to earning a degree in Restaurant/Hotel Management from Purdue University. She developed her talents in numerous kitchens and then in the hospitality industry; working from line chef to Food and Wine Purchasing Manager. DeDee trained under a Certified Master Chef who helped define her organic food awareness.
DeDee desires to carry on the message of healthy living through nature’s abundant harvest. Food is meant to be natural - not processed, from the earth - not from a warehouse. She looks forward to sharing with you her passion for natural food cooking. Whether you’re a novice in the kitchen or an expert cook, she hopes to share time with you together in the kitchen just for the fun of it.