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Meatless Monday: Cook a Vegan Meal With Your Family
In this class, you will watch a video of a vegan meal prep, then join a live Zoom class for a question and and answer section as you prepare your meal.
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In this class, we will cook one of my favorite vegan meals. It is very hearty, full of nutrients, and can be prepared in advance! I will provide an educational youtube video of how to prepare the meal that can be watched ahead of time. **You will need help from your guardians to safely complete this recipe.** After you have your materials ready and have watched the instructional video, we will meet for a question and answer session. In this Zoom session, I can answer any questions you have...
Students will learn nutritional values of beets, carrots, sweet potatoes, brussels sprouts, olive oil, garlic, rice, and quinoa. Students will prepare a vegan meal with assistance from an adult. Students will build confidence by learning to cook a healthy meal.
We are a very athletic family that eats a primarily vegan diet. I have been preparing vegan meals for our family for over a year now and have found some very simple family recipes that usually make everyone happy.
Watch educational meal prep video provided in class discussion page.
Grains: **Choose one** 1.Jasmine Rice (2-4 cups depending on your family size) 2.Quinoa (2-4 cups depending on your family size) Vegetables: 2-3 Medium Beets 1 lb Brussels Sprouts (whole, not shredded) **Choose Carrots, Sweet Potatoes, or both** 5 Large Carrots 3 Medium Sweet Potatoes Cooking Oil: Olive Oil, or your preferred cooking oil. Seasoning: Salt or Sea Salt Minced or Diced Garlic Optional Topping: Shredded Cheese (not vegan, but still vegetarian)
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
A successful class will end in a joyful family meal!
30 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
A parent or guardian will need to assist with cutting and use of the oven.
I will post an educational youtube video in the class discussion that describes the meal prep as well as nutritional values of each ingredient.
Kristen FlowersCertified Biology Teacher, Texas Master Naturalist, Former Competitive Kickboxer, Fitness Instructor, and Plant-Based Cooking Enthusiast
13 total reviews
15 completed classes
Hello! My name is Kristen Flowers. I am a certified Life Science Teacher for grades 8-12 with 6 years teaching experience in a Title 1 public high school. I have a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology and have attained 15 hours towards a Masters...