Everyone’s favorite vegan chef is back to show the public that creating a sustainable future can be a gastronomical experience. Scoop Intelligence’s new cooking program is recommended for those who want to decrease their carbon footprint this holiday season with fully plant-based meals.
More details can be found at www.scoopintelligence.com/holidayfeast
The announced online program takes into account the different taste preferences of every family. Stephanie explains that her holiday vegan menu offers enough variety that everyone at the table can enjoy, regardless of their dietary preferences or restrictions.
The vegan diet is followed by roughly 3% of Americans today, with more people trying the lifestyle each day. Because vegans typically avoid any sort of animal products, crafting a meal plan that everyone can enjoy can present a challenge to the beginner vegetarian.
Scoop Intelligence recognizes this and offers its limited-time online vegan cooking class for those who still want to have a classic holiday meal, but made with a more thoughtful approach to cooking. The goal of the holiday program is to dispel the belief that vegan meals are bland.
Instead, Stephanie instructs students on the many ways they can create a low-waste, plant-based holiday menu. She attempts to build new traditions where everyone is inspired to create a more sustainable and truly delicious future.
As part of this initiative, Scoop Intelligence is also offering a live cooking demo given at no cost. Aside from sharing a recipe for a yummy plant-based appetizer, students will also learn five tips on keeping their kitchen low waste during the holidays. Most importantly, the demo emphasizes the importance of going green with grace.
The online vegan class will begin on November 25, 2021. Enrollees will have access to an immediate holiday menu for a one-time payment of $97.
Stephanie writes, “There are few things I love more than teaching people how to make and enjoy plant-based recipes, and I have prepared this cooking demo to show you how building a sustainable future can be absolutely delicious.”
Interested parties can find more information by visiting www.scoopintelligence.com/cookingdemo
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