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Open to anyone interested in learning and sharing information about healthy, plant-centered food choices.  -f  


Zoom Event
[Past presentations & cooking classes are on our YouTube channel]
Wed, Aug. 18, 7-8 pm.  Preparing School Lunches with Michelle Magrino of Remedy Kitchen Vegan Food Co.  REGISTER HERE

In-Person Event
Sat., Aug. 28, 1-2:30 pm.  Meet, Greet & Eat! at Murrysville Community Library, 4130 Sardis Rd. Vaccinated people only; we will be indoors & wearing masks (except when eating).
Topic: Pandemic Recipes. Bring recipes to share. Samples optional, but welcomed! Water & iced tea provided.
Sat., Aug. 21, 11 am-5 pm Pittsburgh VegFest 2021Allegheny Commons East. FreePlant-Based PGH will be there, next to Dr. Natalie Gentile's table. Stop by and say hello! 
Recipes courtesy of Susan Greenberg
Blueberry Recipes: Baked Oatmeal + Mint Blueberry Nicecream + Healthy Buckle Cake
Fresh Peach Summer Rolls
Peach and Black Bean Salsa

Brittany's recipe from our July demo. at Delmont Library. (Plant-Centered Eating for the Family: Healthy & Simple can be viewed on our YouTube channel.)
Chickpea 'MeatBalls' by Brittany Jaroudi
* 1 15oz can no-salt-added chickpeas, drained 
* 1/4 c. stone-ground corn flour 
* 2 T. raw sunflower seeds 
* 1 T. Italian seasoning 
* 1 tsp. miso paste 
* 2 tsp. water
Directions: Add all ingredients in a food processor. Form small balls. Bake 350 F. for 20 minutes; increase to 400 F. for 10 more minutes.

Plant-Based PGH's community outreach at the Vegan Expo. (Next one will be Nov. 6, Monroeville Convention Center.)
Sat., Sept. 18, 3-6 pm Boyce Park, Tanglewood ShelterOur first community-wide potluck picnic! Bring family members & friends to enjoy a wonderful array of plant-based dishes, as well as games, prizes & comraderie!
10 Most Healthful Packaged Foods by Jeff Novick
  1) Frozen Vegetables
  2) Frozen Fruits
  3) Quick-Cooking Brown Rice

  4) No-Salt-Added Shelf-Stable Beans
  5) No-Salt-Added Shelf-Stable Tomato Products
  6) Intact Whole Grains
  7) Whole-Grain Pasta
  8) Dried Fruit
  9) Unsalted Raw Nuts/Seeds
& Nut/Seed Butter
 10) Salt-Free Spices/Seasonings/Herbs

Omega-3 levels in blood may boost life span people with highest levels expect to live 5 years longer than those with lowest levels (Medical News Today)


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