Life Skills

Vegan Virtual Cooking Class and Dinner Party!- Featuring: Chicken Chow Mein

This one time class is a sample of an ongoing course. There will be a cooking class that features a delicious and easy vegan/vegetarian dish and dinner party afterwards, where will have discussion and games! This week: "Chickn" Chow Mein.
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Class

60 minutes

per class

Meets once

12-17

year olds

6-18

learners per class

per learner

How does aOne-Timeclass work?

Meets once at a scheduled time
Live video chat, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
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Description

Class Experience

Each week, students will learn about where to locate all kinds of vegan and vegetarian items, and my reviews about which options are the best and best value.  This week's cooking class and dinner party, the students will learn how to make a vegan "chicken" Chow Mein.  I will assist them with questions they have throughout the process and give tips and tricks to save time and money and add awesome flavor!  I was not trained as a chef, but I am a teacher by profession and I have a passion for cooking vegan food.
Their homework is to eat their food and maybe share it too!  Each student will be cooking their own meal.  The amount of the ingredients can be adjusted according to how many portions they want.  I will be cooking enough for 2 adult people to have hearty size portions.
Ingredients and Cooking Utensils Needed:

-rice of their choice (white Basmati is my preference)
-a few celery stalks
-ginger spice
-soy sauce
-sesame oil (preferred, but regular vegetable oil is fine)
-bag of frozen Asian style mixed vegetables
-a can of baby corn
-Morningstar Farms "Chikn Strips" (not the breaded kind)
-pot for cooking rice
-saute pan, frying pan, or wok
-wooden spoon or other to stir while cooking
-chopping knife and cutting board

1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Parents are welcome to supervise their child in the kitchen, however the student should have a basic knowledge of cooking, using kitchen tools and appliances, and safety precautions.  One of the goals of this cooking class is to teach students independence and self-confidence in the kitchen.

Teacher

About Me

Hi, My name is Miss Shannon and I am here to make learning fun!  Distance online education and online educational programs are becoming more and more popular and for good reason! I look for unique and creative ways to teach lessons. I have a... 
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