Just Veg It

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Event Overview

Got a kiddo (or family) who is interested in eating less meat or going vegetarian/vegan but don't have any idea how or what vegetarians and vegans eat? In this 6-week long dinnertime class, we'll look at different kinds of vegetarian and vegan diets, discuss how to eat a healthy, well-rounded variety of foods, and discuss easy ways to find and prepare veg-centric meals. Stop by for one class or take the whole series, we'll always be cooking up something delicious!

In addition, during each class, we will prepare a delicious veg-centric dish that your whole family can enjoy. Your kiddo will leave class with new cooking skills, will know how to chose and prepare new vegetarian dishes, and how to make healthy and delicious food choices.


  • February 4 - Frittata

  • February 11 - Risotto

  • February 18 - Stir-fry

  • February 25 - Chili

  • March 4 - Cacio de Pepe

  • March 11 - Enchiladas

Substitutions for dietary restrictions and allergies will be happily accommodated.

As a 25+ year vegetarian who has spent 11 years teaching kids and adults to cook and enjoy great, healthy, and delicious veg-centric meals, I love to show people how easy, accessible, and rewarding healthy eating can be.

What to Bring

A supply and ingredient list will be sent each week prior to class.

Minimum age

13 years or older


Each ticket is good for one class date. Reach out if interested in a series discount.

What's Provided

Education and inspiration

Custom Cancellation Policy

Tickets are non-refundable but are transferable, so if you cannot attend, please feel free to pass your ticket along to a food lover of your choice.


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The Good Food Project's Project Bake is designed to make baking fun and accessible for everyone. Everybody should know how to cook and bake things they enjoy eating and the more things you can cook, the better.

When you come to our classes, come with an open mind. You’ll try some new things, have a fantastic experience and leave feeling like you have gained the knowledge and confidence that will make your next culinary creation extraordinary.

People tell me that the best takeaways from the classes are not the big lessons, they are the tips and ideas that will make your life easier and improve on what you are already doing. Things like the feel of well-kneaded bread, how to substitute ingredients, and knowing what to do when things go sideways.

Join me for a class. We’ll cook up some great flavors and taste some awesome things together, plus I'd love to talk food with you! Hope to see you soon!

Chelly Klann

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