Do you love to cook but are looking to expand your repetoire to include plant-based dishes? Do you eat a plant-based diet but find the dishes time-consuming or hard to prepare? Do you wonder whether it is possible to obtain the necessary nutrients on a plant-based diet? I can help and would love to teach you! My classes are focused on addressing misconceptions about Plant-based Cuisine and teaching participants that it can be health promoting, nutritionally adequate, satisfying , delicious, easy-to-prepare and affordable.
I offer a large variety of themed classes including:
- Plant-based Proteins: Tofu, tempeh and Seitan
- Vegan Bowls from around the World
- Fermentation and the Wonders of Probiotics
- Vegan Italiano
- Viva Mexicano
- Vegan Baking and Artisanal Chocolate Making
- Life without Cheese
- Tastes of Asia
- Soups and Salads
Private or group cooking classes and parties
These classes are very popular for team building, birthday parties, girls’ nights out and family gatherings. Diana works with you to choose menus that are specially tailored for the guests to enjoy.
Please contact Diana at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
Public Cooking Classes
Diana also teaches classes at various venues in the greater Boston area including Community Education Organizations, Public Libraries, Community Centers and Houses of Worship.
Jazz Up Your Veggies Program
Diana teaches grant-funded plant-based cooking classes designed to show low-income groups that the cuisine is satisfying, nutritional adequate, health promoting, delicious, easy to prepare and affordable. Particular attention is paid to the connection between our food choices and diseases such as Obesity, Heart Disease, Type 2 Diabetes and certain Cancers. The evidence-based Jazz Up Your Veggies program has proven that attitudes and behaviors can be changed. The program has been funded by Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Foundation, Roxbury Tenants of Harvard and Mission Hill Health Movement.
Please email me. I would love to hear from you!
Diana does not provide personal medical advice. Always work with your physician or qualified health care provider before adjusting medications or making diet changes.