Cook for the Climate is a series of interactive cooking classes and conversations, in which Host and Founder of the Planetary Health Collective, Ayten Salahi, MS, RDN, guides participants through a climate-conscious recipe alongside a co-host. They spotlight one key ingredient and highlights the intersectional nature of food from nutritional value to its environmental impact, cultural relevance, historical uses, controversies, and ethno-anthropological history. You will receive the list of ingredients, equipment, suggested BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color)-owned purveyors, and a recipe card to follow along during the class. If you prefer to join simply for the conversation, they welcome your attendance for that as well! Each class is 60-minute for the recipe and audience Q/A. Cost: 25 USD, there are also some free spots. Next session is AUGUST 26, 2022 from 8-9 p EST and covers Tempered Chickpeas with Ash Glover-Ganapathiraju @ojasweco. Contact PHC with any questions on: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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