February 2016 – Potluck

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Saturday, February 27, 2016
6pm—8pm
Chico Public Library

Bring a 100% plant-based dish free of flesh, eggs, animal-derived dairy, honey, and gelatin. If you don’t cook, that’s okay — bring something from the store! Your dish should serve 6 people.

The suggested February potluck theme is: BREAKFAST FOR DINNER!  

Ideas: Tofu scramble, breakfast burritos, muffins, breakfast potatoes, sausages, hashbrowns, cereal, tofu Benedict, waffles, donuts, fruit salad, and more. People are also asked to bring their recipe or a list of all ingredients used (for the benefit of those with food allergies).

People are also asked to bring their recipe or a list of all ingredients used (for the benefit of those with food allergies).

Please bring your own beverages.

Please bring your own plates, cups, silverware, and serving utensils. We have spares available if you forget.

Non-veg friends welcome! Children welcome! Sorry, no dogs. No alcohol.

The Chico Vegan Potluck meets on the fourth Saturday of every month at 6:00 pm.

Delicious food and recipes are shared with those who care about their health, the planet, and, most of all, the animals.

Vegan Cooking Class Series

Dharma Voices for Animals (Chico Chapter) and Chico Vegan present the 2016 Series: Cooking for Compassion and Health. Back by popular demand, sign up for these classes where we explore various topics in plant-based cooking. All are welcome!

All classes will be held from on Saturdays from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm at Sky Creek Dharma Center, 120 Three Oaks Court, Chico. Classes will cost $15 to cover materials and donations to Sky Creek and Dharma Voices for Animals).

Please contact Sherry Morgado to receive registration instructions or for more information.

March 19: A Sri Lankan Meal (Lakshmi Ariaratnam) – Dals and Greens
Note: For those interested, part two of this class is a field trip to an Indian grocery store in Yuba City followed by lunch; details to be determined at the class.

April 16: Making Your Own Seitan or Wheat Meat (Jeannie Trizzino) [not gluten-free]

May 21: Homemade Vegan Cheeses (Jeannie Trizzino)

June 11: Pressure Cooking for Quick Meals (Jeannie Trizzino)

July 30: Keeping It Cool: Meals for Summer (Sherry Morgado)

August 13: Exploring Tofu (Sherry Morgado)

September 17: Fermenting Vegetables (Sherry Morgado)

October 15: Vegan Baking: Cakes/Cupcakes/Frosting (Jeannie Trizzino) [not gluten-free]

November 12: Preparing a Vegan Thanksgiving Dinner (Jeannie and Sherry)

December 10: Winter Greens and Squashes (Jeannie and Sherry)

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ThanksLiving 2015

Join us for our Third Annual Chico Community Vegan Fall Feast. Our compassionate harvest-themed meal takes place on Saturday, November 21 at 5 pm.

This year’s event will be held at the Chico Boys and Girls Club Teen Center at 601 Wall Street in downtown Chico. There is a charge this year to cover the rental of Teen Center because we’ve outgrown our usual location for this popular event.

Please buy your ticket early; space is limited. After you sign up, you will be directed to a separate potluck coordination page.



EXTRA DETAILS
Children welcome!
Sorry, no dogs. No alcohol.
This space is wheelchair accessible.
In order to protect the environment, please…
– Ride your bike!
– Carpool (bring a friend with you to the event)
– Bring a reusable/washable plate and utensils
– Bring your own take-home containers for left-overs

BUY TICKETS
Go here to buy tickets! http://chicothanksliving.bpt.me

VOLUNTEERS
We will need help! Please send an email to chicovegan@gmail.com to help us before and after this event.

ADOPT A TURKEY
Please consider sponsoring a turkey. There are many farmed animal sanctuaries that offer sponsorship opportunities…
Animal Place: http://animalplace.org/donate.html
Farm Sanctuary: http://www.farmsanctuary.org/giving/adopt-a-turkey/
Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary: http://woodstocksanctuary.org/join/sponsor-an-animal/