Learn the basics of how to prepare vegan meals that will get you the proper nutrients that any vegan or vegetarian needs. Learn to monitor your protein, fiber, and vitamin intake, as well as learn the proper techniques to preparing fresh fruit and vegetables and using them in a variety of recipes.
- no lectures added
A standard set of cookware and a stove/oven to cook with
A basic knowledge of kitchen measurements
Ability to purchase specific ingredients for assigned recipes
Willingness to get messy
Starting simple and using quality ingredients, eventually working your way up to more complicated recipes such as holiday favorites and ethnic cuisine.
I will be posting assignments and instructions to a group forum that I've created using http://www.caloriecount.about.com. If you are interested in participating in the course please create an account and request to join the group http://caloriecount.about.com/university-reddit-class-vegan-g2817
Please create an account using your University of Reddit username, or include that information in your request to join the course group. EDIT: I completely understand if you'd prefer not to use the same sn for security reasons, the only reason I requested this was to keep track of who had signed up on the roster vs who was registered in my group. Also, tell this website that your name is Rocky Raccoon or something similarly silly, they don't need your real information.
We will be using the tools on this website to monitor our daily intake of important vitamins and nutrients, as well as to save and sort our class recipes.
THIS CLASS HAS BEGUN
If you haven't registered for the group yet, please come join us. I will be keeping the class open for new members. All assignments will remain up for anyone to turn in at any time. I will be available to answer questions about all assignments throughout the remainder of the class.
If anyone has any problems with making an account or joining the group please let me know.
There is a discussion regarding this information if you follow the class url link back to reddit.com
I've been a vegetarian for the last 10 years, and a vegan for the last 3. Since I've learned how to cook, all I've ever known was vegan and vegetarian recipes. I really enjoy experimenting, and cooking healthy meals. One of my favorite places in the world is in the kitchen, so I don't take offense when men tell me to get back to it.