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


Revitalizing WFPB Habits
Creative Tips + Helpful Recipes + Answers to Your Questions
Saturday, FEB. 12, 1:00-2:30 pm. 
In-Person or Zoom
Are you seeking a recharge with your plant-based eating? Do you want fresh recipes or a different framework for your day-to-day routine? Or, perhaps you're just curious or have recently started plant-based eating? Plant-Based Pittsburgh members will demonstrate several recipes while dispensing some insights, tips, and perhaps a little inspiration.
note: If you have questions in advance about the practice of Whole Food Plant-Based eating, send them to PlantBasedPittsburgh@gmail.com. We will try to answer them during the presentation.
Everyone who has registered via Zoom or provided an email at the event will receive the recipes the following day!
Drs. Susan Smith & Mahesh Mallikarjun gave a wonderful presentation in January on AMAZING ALPACAS, now on our YouTube channel. Our accompanying Peruvian snack recipes include:
  ~ Quinoa crackers
  ~ Lima bean hummus
  ~ Peruvian energy balls
  ~ Pistachio lemon truffles
  ~ Peruvian granola squares

SOUPS GALORE!!
I asked for soup recipes on our Facebook page, and members delivered! Hopefully these recipes will revitalize your soup repertoire, and in perfect time for six more weeks of winter!
~ Easy Lemon Rosemary White Bean Soup by Simple Veganista
Healthy Broccoli Potato Soup by This Healthy Kitchen
Olive Garden Minestrone Soup CopyCat Recipe by Back For Seconds
Alton Brown's Winter Vegetable Soup by Copy Me That
Quick and Easy Plant Based Arroz Caldo by Lulu Herold
Vegan Tuscan White Bean Soup in the Instant Pot by FatFree Vegan
Vegan Gambian Peanut Stew (Domoda) by Rainbow PlantLife
~ West African Stew (Nut-Free) by Brittany Jaroudi
Easy Vegetable Bouillon Powder by EatPlant-based.com
~ As always, you can eliminate oil in any recipe. ~

In time for Valentine's Day ...
Chocolate Truffle Balls
Ingredients:
  1-1½ c. pitted medjool dates
  ¼ c. chopped raw walnuts
  ¼ c. chopped raw pecans
  1 c. rolled oats
  ¼ c. nut or seed butter of choice
  2 tbsp. cocoa powder

Directions:
1. In food processor or blender, crumble dates & nuts.
2. Add oats
& nut butter.
3. Add cocoa powder, mixing well.
4. See if dough holds together when pinched. If not, add 1-2 more dates at a time, until the dough can be shaped without falling apart.
5. Roll dough into 12-16 balls. Place on parchment paper-lined cookie sheet; refrigerate 'til firm, about 30 min. Store in airtight container in refrigerator/freezer. 
source: NutritionFacts.org
Check out this trailer for the documentary PlantWise.

One Healthy World is PCRM's series of weekly live & online classes with food demonstrations & panel discussions with nutrition experts.
Plant-Based Living Series from NutritionFacts is a weekly email series to provide you with simple takeaways & tips on healthy eating. 
Healthy Weight Loss = 80% Nutrition + 20% Exercise T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies
Is Oil Healthy? A review of animal & human studies reflecting the deleterious effects of ingesting processed oil ~by Caldwell B. Esselstyn, Jr. International Journal of Disease Reversal and Prevention
This graph highlights the need to include FOOD CHOICES in conversations about environment and planetary health!
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