STARTS FEB 27! Live on Zoom, every SATURDAY at 4:00 pm AST. Introducing our Plant Based Kids Online and Live Cooking Club! For kids ages 8-13 . For the next few weeks, we will prep simple recipes with a focus on REDUCING FOOD WASTE by making everyday items from scratch and using up what would be considered food waste – chances are, it’s not! Email email@example.com to sign up!
Week 1 Class Feb 27th – Intro to Zero Waste Kitchen and (Re) Using Fruit Peels!
We will use a very simple recipe to introduce the concept of what zero waste means in the kitchen : Banana Split Smoothie. Kids will learn how to be resourceful, get creative making natural food colors and dye using what was once waste , the nutrition behind what we are preparing and as a big bonus will learn many ways to use peels in the household.
What you need:
- 3 bananas, ripe, frozen with the peel on
- 1 cup of juice, coconut water, nut milk or your favorite liquid – its a flexible recipe, use what you have!
- Baking soda or white vinegar
- For the Rainbow Colors: (pick 2) – be creative and resourceful , try to use what you have: we will need 1 cup of any red, pink, blue or yellow fruit and a few leafy greens to blend. Have fun and get colorful!
- Serrated knife or any knife your child is comfortable using
Week 2 Class March 6th – Fruit and Veggies Seeds
We will make a plant based milk and granola from seeds that we would normally throw away. Ingredients will be posted a week in advance.
Week 3 Class March 13th – Cooking from (delicious!) Scraps
Veggie Scrap Stir Fry and preserved herbs. Ingredients will be posted a week in advance.
Week 4 Class March 20th – Crackers from pulps and leftovers
Easy GF and plant based crackers from pulps and leftover (very fun and flexible). Ingredients will be posted a week in advance.
For all sessions:
- INTRODUCTORY SPECIAL!!!! 20% OFF NOW UNTIL WEDNESDAY THE 24TH!!! 4 class series to start but will be ongoing – cost per class is NOW USD$12/BDS$24 for a single class or US$45/BDS$90 for the 4 class package
USD$15/BDS$30 or US$55/BDS$110 for the 4 class package.You can sign up for individual class only or the package. You can pay via Zelle bank transfer in the USA, via transferwise.com, via PayPal: https://paypal.me/manuscalini or local barbados bank transfer.
- Recommend ages 8-12 (+) as anyone can benefit from learning how to be resourceful in the kitchen and reduce your food waste.
- Classes are for kids and their parents to join, or just kids if they are old enough and can handle a small knife. I recommend parental guidance if below the age of 8. If you would like to join the adult version of this zero waste class, please stay tuned!
- Sign up by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your name and how many kids are joining (name and age). You will then receive the zoom link invitation to join us live on Saturday .
- Recipe handout, ingredients list and any equipment needed for the upcoming week will be emailed a few days before, so you can be ready to cook along. If you prefer to just watch and do it later, thats ok too.
- you will also receive a link for my password protected page to access the recipe handout with tips on substitutions for allergies and dislikes and also a shopping list.
- you do not need to have all the exact ingredients in hand – I will highlight the ones you do!
- Each class is 45 minutes with Q&A at the end (class is 30 minutes + 15 minutes of play, Q&A, discussion )
- Questions? email me at email@example.com
Together, let’s teach one of the most important life skills to our kids and lay a foundation of healthy appreciation for natural and sustainable foods. For the launch of the Plant Based Cooking Club, we will start with a 4 class series where food and sustainability go hand in hand – the ZERO WASTE KITCHEN for kids. Let’s teach them young – to eat delicious wholesome and unprocessed simple food that is good for their body and the planet, and how to minimize waste in the kitchen. We will cover recipes for foods that people normally buying packaged that can be made from scratch (reducing packaging waste) and re-using what we call “waste” in the form of new recipes, household uses and fun desserts – think scraps, peels and pulps, revised and transformed through exploration and creativity. Our kids are our future, so let them be the change.