Plant Powered Holidays!

Our Fall and Winter holiday seasons are upon us! Let’s practice our delicious and health promoting holiday meals to share with our families!

November:  Wednesday Nov. 6th 6p-8p  December:  Wednesday Dec. 4th 6p-8p

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Plant Powered for Health Potluck Meeting!
Wednesday November 6th, 6p-8p

Bring a favorite dish, one you’d like to practice for the holidays or just bring yourself! 🙂

The address is:

GRCC DeVos Campus-Sneden Hall-Meeting Room 103

415 Fulton St E
Grand Rapids, MI 49503

We have permission to park for free in the parking lot of the administration building!

Need directions?  plantpoweredforhealth.com/about

If you aren’t sure what to bring for the potluck? See the Facebook invitation for ideas or just bring yourself!! Come at 6pm whether or not you are participating in the potluck.

Facebook Invitation HERE!

Questions? Send us an email!  plantpoweredforhealth@gmail.com

Bring friends and loved ones!

Food*Friends*Science*Support

Can’t wait to see you there!

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The Plant-based Prevention of Disease Conference is coming to Michigan!!

EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!

(Get your lowest price NOW!!)

Learn the power of Lifestyle Medicine to prevent disease and THRIVE 

from these dynamic experts!! 

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Continuing education for medical professionals AND empowering information for everyone!!  Reserve your space NOW at the lowest rate possible and plan to come with friends!  www.PreventionofDisease.org

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Plant powered recipe

via PCRM.org:

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Lasagna with Cashew Tofu Ricotta

8 servings

Source: The Vegan Starter Kit by Neal Barnard, M.D.; recipe by Noah Kauffman

Find this recipe and more in The Vegan Starter Kit by Neal Barnard, M.D.

                                   Ingredients

Makes 8 Servings

 

  • dry lasagna noodles, cooked according to package directions (9)
  • silken tofu (extra firm) (2 12-ounce packages )
  • cashews (3/4 cup)
  • dried basil (2 tsp.)
  • lemon juice (2 tbsp.)
  • commercial pasta sauce (24 ounces)

 

                                    Directions

  1. Preheat the oven to 350 F. Boil lasagna noodles, then drain and rinse with cold water.

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2.  Combine tofu, cashews, basil, and lemon juice in a food processor or blender and process until smooth.

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3.  Layer in a lasagna pan lined with parchment paper: pasta sauce, 3 cooked noodles, and tofu-cashew mixture. Repeat with another layer of sauce, 3 more noodles, and tofu-cashew mixture.

 

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4.  Top with more sauce, the remaining 3 noodles, and remaining sauce. Bake uncovered for 20-30 minutes.

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Enjoy!

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In the Grand Rapids Area
– Other locations noted in parenthesis-

Save the Date!

*Wednesday November 6th, 6-8pm: Plant Powered for Health potluck and meeting!   Facebook invitation HERE!

*Wednesday December 4th, 6-8pm: Plant Powered for Health potluck and meeting!   Facebook invitation HERE!

*Friday May 30th-Monday June 1st, 2020-The 7th Annual Plant-based Prevention Of Disease National Conference comes to Michigan!  Reserve your tickets today! P-POD.org

More to come!!! More food meet ups, and fun coming up!  Join us!!

Reminder, our main meetings are (almost) always the first Wednesday of each month!  Stay tuned to our Facebook Page, click here to “Like” and subscribe to upcoming events!  We also have a Facebook group where we can visit and share between meetings, click here and request to join.  You may also follow our blog, plantpoweredforhealth.com for news and events! Questions?  Email:  Plantpoweredforhealth@gmail.com

Would you like to be a financial supporter in any amount?  We appreciate all help big or small!
Paypal:  paypal.me/PlantPower

Can’t wait to see you!

Food, Friends, Science and Support!!

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