Learn to make a variety of artisanal plant-based cheeses that delight the senses without hurting your health.
This is the first time master Chef Beth Love will be offering this popular class online, so get your tickets quickly!
Rev. Chef Beth Love of Tastes Like Love is offering a series of online food prep classes for Eat for the Earth. In this series, you will learn to prepare food that is healthy for your body, environmentally sustainable, and compassionately produced. Each interactive class provides instructions, demonstrations, techniques, tips, and more! All foods created in the classes are delicious and nourishing Whole Food Plant-Based, and SOS-Free (free of added salts, oils, and sugars). The exception is miso, which is sometimes offered as an optional ingredient.
In This Class, You Will:
- Learn how to make several types of whole food cultured nut cheeses,
- Learn a number of variations of each cheese, and get ideas for further variations,
- Find out about basic equipment for making plant-based cheeses,
- Learn tips and tricks from a master chef,
- Learn techniques for culinary creativity, ingredient substitutions, and making food taste scrumptious without reliance on added salt, sugar, or fats,
- Receive recipes for the cheeses we make in class,
- Find out about the healing power of whole plant foods,
- Enjoy connecting in community, and
- Have a chance to get your questions answered.
Here is the menu:
- Cultured Cashew Cream Cheese
- Semi-Soft Cashew Cheese
- Almond Cheese
- And numerous variations including Dried Tomato and Chipotle, Rosemary Garlic, and Cardamom Mango!
Class Offered on a Donation Basis.
Choose the ticket price that is right for you, or choose the donation ticket to indicate an alternate donation of any amount.
All Proceeds Benefit Eat for the Earth.
About Rev. Chef Beth Love:
Rev. Chef Beth Love is the author of the Tastes Like Love book series. A gifted speaker, facilitator, teacher, and ordained New Thought minister, Beth has motivated and educated people in diverse contexts such as nonprofit organizations, schools, churches, businesses, and the California State Prison system. She has inspired large and small audiences, in-person and through radio and television, from local community TV to the Oprah show.
Rev. Chef Love delights in helping people to create amazingly delicious and deeply satisfying foods that please the palate, nourish the body, demonstrate compassion for animals, and have a light footprint on the earth. Due to her concern about the contribution of animal agriculture to climate change and other environmental issues, she started Eat for the Earth, a movement that partners with institutions to adopt policies and practices that make it easier for people to eat more plants and less animal products to sustain all life on earth. Learn more and find out how you can get involved at EatForTheEarth.org.