Free Vegan Cooking Class

Saturday July 13(3PM-5PM) in Mt Dora, Florida
Discover the Art of Vegan Cooking!

You will learn how to cook the following recipes:
  • Cooking with Tofu
    • Complete protein: Tofu is one of the few plant-based sources that provide all nine essential proteins, making it a valuable protein source for vegetarians and vegans.
    • Low in calories and fat: Tofu is relatively low in calories and fat, especially compared to animal protein sources.
    • Tofu comes in different textures (silken, soft, firm, extra-firm), offering versatility for different cooking methods like frying, baking, grilling, or scrambling.
    • Tofu is relatively simple to prepare and can be cooked in a variety of ways, making it accessible to both novice and experienced cooks.
    • Tofu is naturally cholesterol-free and gluten-free, making it a heart-healthy option.
    • We will share different sauces to enhance the tofu dishes and options for combining tofu with other natural sauces to get all 16 amino acids.

  • Summer rolls with brown rice paper
    • Aulacese(Vietnamese) summer rolls, also known as Gỏi Cuốn, are a refreshing and healthy appetizer or light meal popular in Aulacese(Vietnamese) cuisine and enjoyed worldwide.
    • Summer rolls are packed with fresh vegetables and often include complete proteins like tofu, making them a nutritious and low-calorie option.
    • The combination of cool vegetables, such as crunchy romaine lettuce, fresh herbs, and the delicate brown rice paper wrapper makes them perfect for wholesome, warm-weather, and light meals.
    • When summer rolls are served with peanut sauce or almond sauce, these delicate rolls are elevated to another level of enjoyment.
  • Broccoli Almond Soup
    • Cooking softens broccoli’s tough fibers, making it easier to digest.
    • When blend broccli with raw and soaked almonds to get an excellent source of vitamin E, a powerful antioxidant that protects cells from damage.
    • Almonds have a good source of plant-based protein, important for muscle building and repair.
    • You will learn the wonderful benefits of using a high-speed, powerful blender to make soups and sauces. You will also get tips on how to find one at a reasonable price if you are still looking.

  • Whole Wheat Carrot Cake
    • A favorite baked good for your loved ones.
    • Carrots are rich in beta-carotene, which converts to vitamin A in the body, essential for vision and immune function. Good source of fiber, aiding digestion and promoting a feeling of fullness.
    • Walnuts have excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids, known for their heart-health benefits.
    • Whole wheat flour has higher in fiber than refined white flour, promoting digestive health and blood sugar control.

  • Bonus Information for a Healthy Lifestyle:
    • Share more information about “Four Free Doctors”: Dr. Sunshine, Dr. Air, Dr. Water, and Dr. Exercise.
    • Get tips from your free daily home doctor: blood pressure monitor.
    • if time permits, we will share how to make vegan mayonnaise, Thousand Island dressing, yellow mustard sauce, Sriracha hot sauce, hot wing sauce, and other delicious condiments.
    • If there is a need for an affordable power option to run at least a freezer and refrigerator during a power outage or hurricane,… we will share option(s)

  • Class Date/Time: Saturday, July 13, from 3 PM – 5 PM

      W.T. Bland Public Library
      1995 North Donnelly St.
      Community Room
      Mt. Dora 32757

    Free meals will be served at the end of the class for you to enjoy what we cook in the class.

    If your are residents in tri-city area: Mount Dora, Tavares and Eustis and you’d like to attend this free vegan cooking class to enhance your culinary skills and gain valuable information for better health, please provide the following details.


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