Live, Learn, Lunch: Getting Saucy with Emma Malina of Rooted Santa Barbara
The BCRC is so excited to partner with Emma Malina and Rooted Santa Barbara for a series of fun and delicious opportunities to learn about plant-based cooking.
The BCRC is excited to partner with Rooted Santa Barbara for a series of fun and delicious opportunities to learn about plant-based cooking and the many benefits it can bring to our lives and our health. Emma Malina, founder of Basking in Goodness and Vice Chair of Rooted Santa Barbara will be joining us for the next Live, Learn Lunch session “Let’s Get Saucy” where we will learn some new recipes and can even cook along with her virtually. This is going to be so much fun so mark your calendars for Friday, March 5, 2021 and REGISTER HERE to join for free.
Let’s Get Saucy! – a fun & informative plant-based food skills class where we’ll dive, head first, into the wonderful world of sauces!
The secret to elevating a potentially boring dish deemed “healthy” is often with an incredible sauce. Let’s face it, sauces make the culinary world go around. Ketchup, Mayo, and Mustard may be the staples in every household, but in this quick and fun class, you’ll learn a few basic sauces, all made without oil or sugar and with limited salt, that will transform the most humdrum dish into a fan favorite. Sauces that will get kids to eat vegetables, reluctant spouses to eat delicious plant-based dinners, and bowls to be forever licked clean.
|In one action-packed hour, we’ll cover: |
*The simple ins and outs of a plant-based lifestyle
*Dairy-free, Nut-free “Nacho Cheese Sauce”
*Dairy-free, cashew-based “Sour Cream” (nut free option will be discussed too)
*Simple “Thai Style” Sauce (contains nuts and/or seeds)
*Creamy, Herbaceous, Oil-Free Salad Dressing
*Plus: Easy ideas for putting together simple meals for optimal nutritional.
Participants will receive the shopping list below, detailing items to purchase or pull out a few days prior to the class with pre-class prep instructions for those who wish to “cook along” – and of course they can pick and choose none, one, some or all!