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


~ AMAZING ALPACAS ~
Saturday, January 15, 12:30-3:00 pm. 

In-Person or Zoom
Drs. Susan Smith & Mahesh Mallikarjun from Nature's Melodies Yoga and Alpaca Ranch will discuss why alpacas are such remarkable animals, including their unique bond within nature & plant foods. Also, three of their prized alpacas will be at the library parking lot for petting and for smiles. ;>)
In-Person Schedule:
12:30-1:00 pm - Meet & Pet Alpacas Murrysville Community Library, 4130 Sardis Rd parking lot
1:15-2:00 pm - Amazing Alpacas presentation. [Seating limited. Vaccinated people only. Masks required.]
2:00-2:15 pm - Q & A with Drs. Susan & Mahesh.
2:15-2:30 pm - Peruvian Snacks & Recipes.
2:30-3:00 pm - Alpaca Products for Sale. A beautiful array of alpaca scarves, hats, socks, sweaters, gloves, & more--all soft, warm, durable, and with a percentage of sales benefiting Plant-Based Pittsburgh

Zoom Schedule: 1:00-2:30 pm.  REGISTER HERE


A COLLAGE OF HOLIDAY DISHES
This is a beautiful display of dishes from Plant-Based Pittsburgh members! Plus, upload three recipes from members:
~ Holiday Salad with Creamy Beet Dressing
~ Carrot Cake Overnight Oats
~ Pumpkin Baba Ganoush
Now that winter is here ...
12 Satisfying Plant-Based Soup & Stew Recipes ~ T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies
The December presentation, COOKIES, COOKIES!! Recipes & Demonstration, is on our YouTube channel. Also, if you did not receive the Holiday Cookie Recipes booklet, you can upload it from our Recipe page.
No meat, no dairy, no problem! This article in the Washington Observer-Reporter about plant-based eating mentions Plant-Based Pittsburgh!
Skip Calorie Counting, Eat a Plant-Based Diet & Enjoy  In case weight loss is on anyone's New Year Resolutions list.

In-Season Produce: Your Guide to Winter Fruits and Vegetables (from Forks Over Knives) provides useful tips for selection & storage of produce. 

The Vegan Bodega Sandwiches That Eric Adams Wants to See in the World NYC's new mayor is a staunch advocate for WFBP diets. Are you listening Ed Gainey (Pgh.'s incoming mayor)?
Meat, poultry, fish & egg prices are up 15% since start of 2020. ~ U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
> A timely reminder that it's healthier and cheaper to eat plant foods!
This is the message inside my New Year's fortune cookie--such an appropriate message for our Plant-Based Pittsburgh community! May each of you have a year filled with bountiful health, peace, grace, and joy. ;>)
p.s. Stay tuned; we have some new & exciting events in the horizon.

 
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