Plant Based Power


Class Information
  • $79.00
  • 2 Hours
  • Lindfield, Sydney

Share and connect with Jane and learn the secrets and short-cuts to eating and cooking to get more plant power. This practical hands-on course includes guidance on the latest evidence-based recommendations on plant-based eating. This includes whether you are better to eat a vegetarian or vegan diet. She will also talk about the various meat substitute products that have sprung onto the market and show you some short cuts to preparing plant-based meals across the week.

Plant-Based Power

When Hippocrates first introduced the idea that food should be thy medicine, he would have been talking about the power of a predominantly plant-based diet. In what promises to be a colourful and thought-provoking workshop, Jane explains what it means to eat a plant-based diet and how far you need to go with it. She also flags what the pitfalls of the diet can be and how to avoid these, as well as how to make you’re your diet is well balanced, do-able and delicious for all who want to join you.

She will also work with you to prepare 5 easy, but do-able plant-based meals, as well as share her usual kitchen know-how, the must-have pantry stocks and extra ideas for when you need to eat on the run.

What you will get:

⦁ 2 hours of expert nutritional guidance on the benefits of a predominantly plant-based diet.
⦁ Lots of extra easy and quick-grab food ideas from Jane Freeman.
⦁ The chance to get the answers to any nutrition questions you have wanted to ask.
⦁ The recipes and a CANcook meal prep suggestions kit to take home.
⦁ Lunch and the chance to share your food ideas with other like-minded people.

This class is suitable for:

Anyone who wants to learn how to adapt their diet, so that it is tasty, wholesome and nutritionally balanced.

Do I need any cooking or prior nutrition knowledge?

Cancooks of all levels and interests are welcome at the workshops. If you do have any special needs or arent well please inform Jane of your needs 2-3 days prior to coming along.

Do I need to bring anything along?

You need to bring an apron and may wish to bring a note pad to jot down any ideas captures, but a CANcook information kit is provided.

How many people come along to the class?

Due to the personalised approach Jane takes with the classes, the numbers are small or around 6-8 people.

Can I organise a private class for a support group, friends or work colleagues?

Jane runs special classes for groups of people with particular interests. Please email to introduce yourself and enquire what you are looking for.