Plant Based Eating: Indian Food with Indarra

February 18, 2022

The monthly plant-based eating classes continue at the Environmental Nature Center! Join the Indarra Modern Indian Cuisine at the ENC for a fun and informative Indian Food Cooking Demo on February 20, from 1 to 2:30 p.m.

Gather around as Savitur Badhwar from Indarra Indian Cuisine demonstrates how to create delicious and nutritious plant-based dishes with the unique flavors of India!

Plant-Based Eating Series: Plant-based or plant-forward eating helps reduce the risk of heart disease, diabetes, certain cancers (specifically colon, breast, and prostate cancer), and depression, all while improving mental and physical function! Plant-based diets also help the environment. It takes 11 times more energy and 100 times more water to produce animal protein than it does plant protein. 

They’re not saying you need to go cold turkey on turkey – they’re just making it easier for you to eat more plants in 2022!

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