Thursday, March 15, 2018 from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM EDT
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Sigmas Conference & Event Center
1717 Babcock Blvd.
Pittsburgh, PA 15209

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Sharon Gregory 
The Happy Vegan 

Session #3: Cut (Out) the Cheese – The Truth About Cheese and How to Make Simple Plant Based Cheeses

As part of The Happy Vegan Group Coaching Series, we are pleased to offer this session that will be focused on the truth about cheese.

It’s no secret that eating more plant-based and whole foods, and fewer processed foods, can be a great way to boost your immunity, fight aging, lose weight, gain more energy, and reduce inflammation. But it may not be obvious how to actually do that and make delicious and nutritious foods that the entire family can enjoy.

Join us for this powerful and unique experience that will focus on the health benefits and how-to’s of plant-based, whole-foods eating. This interactive group session will include discussions and demonstrations that will show how to create plant-based foods with minimal effort and ingredients that will have maximum nutrition, without compromised flavor. Carnivores, omnivores, and herbivores alike will all benefit from this group coaching experience to enhance their understanding of healthy food choices, and how to make it work at home. The session will be guided by the experienced certified holistic health coach, Sharon Gregory.

If you are ready to learn more about plant based, whole-foods and recipes that can support your and your family’s health goals, then this session is for you! No prior experience is necessary. 

SESSION #3: Cut (Out) the Cheese – The Truth About Cheese and How to Make Simple Plant Based Cheeses 

Thursday, March 15th
(7:00pm – 8:30pm)

Eliminating cheese is often claimed to be the most difficult task for people trying to transition to a plant based diet to improve their health. Learn why giving up cheese is such a challenge to many people and what makes cheese not just a mental, but also a physical, addiction. The class will explain the issues with dairy and how it can affect our health. Participants will learn how to make healthy substitutes and how to make a plant-based cheese.

Allergen Information:

The classes will use plant based ingredients that may include soy products, peanuts, tree nuts, seeds, corn and other possible allergens. While all products will be made without gluten, some products may not be certified gluten free. If you have any food allergies, please let us know prior to attending a class