Cooking classes are one of the best ways to learn how to improve your game in the kitchen.  If you want to make yummy meals, you have to get in the kitchen. So, start here and sign up for a class. Learn why plant-based foods can a powerful tool in optimal health and in fighting disease. All classes are taught by a breast cancer survivor turned plant-based chef who revamped and flipped her entire kitchen from “Standard American” into “Stand out and healthy.” Plants only please!


Amberlea doing a LIVE cooking demo on Milwaukee PBS.

WEDNESDAY, 9/11 — Instant Pot Magic
Today the Instant Pot is a hot craze and this class will demonstrate how to create quick and easy meals. Pressure cooking cooks food faster, it saves energy and it saves nutrients. We’ll demo three plant-based recipes using a traditional pressure cooker and an electric Instant Pot. Attendees will learn cooking in bulk, time saving tips, and how plant foods can prevent and reverse chronic diseases.

Date: Wednesday, 9/11/19 
Time: 6pm – 8pm

Location:  Wauwatosa East High
Register Online through Wauwatosa Rec or Call (414) 773-2900
Code: 446060-01
Fee: $35.00


WEDNESDAY 9/25 — Fight Diabetes with Food
Diabetes is a major public health problem of epidemic proportions. Research studies have demonstrated that a plant-based nutrition approach reduces the risk of diabetes and can greatly benefit those who have been diagnosed with the disease. This class discuss why and how food can improve disease and symptoms. Class will offer cooking demo and serve three plant-based diabetes fighting recipes.

Date: Wednesday, 9/25/19
Time: 6:30pm – 8:30pm

Location:  Nathan Hale High School
Register:  Online through West Allis Rec or Call (414) 604-4900
Code: 30600101
Fee: $30/$45


THURSDAY 10/3 — Homemade Veggie Burgers
Let’s make a superb veggie burger with kick and crunch! This class will demonstrate how to make homemade delicious veggie burgers that will not fall apart upon pick up, ha! Class will demonstrate and dine on three plant-based recipes; Indian-style veggie burgers, Mustard potato salad, and a Mint Chutney. We’ll also discuss the science behind why plant-based foods are best for disease prevention and optimal health and share handouts

Date: Thursday, 10/3/19
Time: 6pm – 8pm

Location:  Wauwatosa East High
Register:  Online through Wauwatosa Rec or Call (414) 773-2900
Code: 446065-01
Fee: $35.00


WEDNESDAY 10/23 — How Foods Fight Cancer
Yes, foods can fight cancer! Certain diet patterns have a major effect in helping cancer survivors to live longer, healthier lives. This class will discuss power foods that prevent disease and foods to avoid.  This class will highlight breast cancer fighting foods, and practices. We’ll share the science on food and cancer, includes handouts, a video, followed with discussion and cooking demo of 3 plant-based cancer fighting recipes. Class taught by breast cancer survivor Amberlea Childs.

Date: Wednesday, 10/23/19
Time: 6:30pm – 8:30pm

Location:  Nathan Hale High School
Register:  Online through West Allis Rec or Call (414) 604-4900
Code: 306001-02
Fee: $30/$45

WEDNESDAY 11/6 — Plant-Based for the Holidays
This holiday season we’ll demo holiday favorites done healthy. Not only good for you, these dishes will taste amazing too. This class will discuss the power plant foods have in preventing disease and how food can help the body heal from illness. We’ll demo 3 holiday favorites like: Creamy Butternut Curry Soup, Kale and Blue Corn Salad, Smashed Potatoes and Cauliflower with Brown Gravy. Join me before you visit your family this holiday season.

Date: Wednesday, 11/6/19
Time: 6:30pm – 8:30pm

Location:  Nathan Hale High School
Register:  Online through West Allis Rec or Call (414) 604-4900
Code: 306001-03
Fee: $25/$38

WEDNESDAY 11/13 — Plant-Based 101
My ___________ is a vegetarian, now what? Are you new to plant-based eating or someone in your family is? This transition focused class will discuss the power of plant foods, demonstrate new ingredients and how to use them. We’ll highlight a new grocery list, sample meals plans and recipes to help get you started. Class attendees will learn how food can be a medicine, then cover some science behind why plant foods fight disease.We’ll sample two plant based dishes and have discussion. Join us, you’re worth it!

Date: Thursday, 11/13/19
Time: 6pm – 8pm

Location:  Wauwatosa East High
Register:  Online through Wauwatosa Rec or Call (414) 773-2900
Code: 446061-01
Fee: $25.00

WEDNESDAY 12/4 — Kickstart Your Health – Go Vegetarian!
Discover the relationship between diet and chronic disease with cancer survivor, Amberlea Childs. This class will discuss the power of plant foods in preventing specific diseases like heart disease, diabetes, weight loss and how food can help the body heal from illness.  Kickstart is ideal for those interested in weight loss, disease prevention and/or optimal health. Class attendees will learn about food as medicine, eat delicious food, and view a cooking demo. Join us, you’re worth it!

Date: Wednesday, 12/4/19
Time: 6:30pm – 8:30pm

Location:  Nathan Hale High School
Register:  Online through West Allis Rec or Call (414) 604-4900
Code: 306001-04
Fee: $30/$45

Book a private session, lunch and learn demo or have me as a speaker talking about the power of food as medicine.

Amberlea Childs at (727) 463-3003 or plantjoy@hotmail.com.
We are what we eat, so choose well!

Plant Joy Jpeg

 



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