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      3rd Annual - Vegan Holiday Dinner in Atlanta

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      November 17, 2019

      Sunday   2:00 PM - 5:00 PM

      1425 Ralph David Abernathy Boulevard Southwest
      Atlanta, Georgia 30310

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      3rd Annual - Vegan Holiday Dinner

      Have you recently changed your diet to Vegan or Plant Based? Are you wondering what to do this Holiday season to prepare for Healthy Holiday Dishes? Well, worry No More, The Veggie Taste is here to help you along the way :-)
      This event will showcase Plant Based Chefs, Vegan Village, Avant - Garde'n,
      I am Veganish, Vegan Bakers Shawnee's Goodies and Juicer ATL Juice Co. from the Atlanta Metro Area for you to experience their holiday creations.
      Chefs will provide A Holiday Catering Menu and to assist you in your journey. So you won't be tempted to fall off your perfect record of maintaining a Healthy Eating Lifestyle:-)
      Limited seating available. Purchase Admission tickets @ Eventbrite: The Veggie Taste presents - The 3rd Annual - Vegan Holiday Dinner (Tapas Style) and @ Tapas Purchases are made separately from individual chefs.

      Title Talk: 10 Steps to Perfect Health
      Yolande Smith, also known as The Happy Vegan Coach on Instagram has been advising people how to eat a delicious healthy plant based diet for over 30 years. She’s been educated at the Natural Gourmet School of New York, The Anne Wigmore School, The Graff Academy of Raw Foods Education, Physician Committee for Responsible Medicine , and a sprouting specialist at The Mediterranean Diet in the Middle East. She hosted her own health radio show in New York for 5 years.

      Jasmine Simone
      Title Talk: Lean into your Life, 2019 & Beyond!
      Cooking up effective, culturally responsive mental health strategies~
      As a plant-based chef, certified nutritionist, food-justice advocate and a public health
      professional Jasmine Simone’s work has led her to make the meaningful connection
      between growing food and mental wellness. Jasmine is certified in mental health first aid and
      is also an agricultural therapist. Agriculture therapy is the intentional use of agricultural
      environments for mental wellness restoration. She partners with urban farms such as Truly Living
      Well Center for Natural Urban Agriculture to bring horticulture therapy programs to the State of
      Georgia. She is also the founder of the mental health advocacy organization Of Salt and Soil. Of Salt
      and Soil focuses representation in mental health through culturally responsive mental
      health strategies. She has conducted mental wellness and horticultural therapy trainings for
      a number of organizations including NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness), Spelman College and
      Afro-Punk. She is the author of the Amazon Best-selling book Juice Power and the co-author of
      the book Fork Disease Go Vegan, 7-Simple Steps to Experiencing Life in the Energy Center. Jasmine
      is also the co-host of the web-based wellness show: Chat & Chew Atlanta.
      Prior to becoming a mental health educator, Jasmine worked as a private and events plant-based chef
      for notables such as Grammy-winner musician and author Common; literary genius and activist Alice
      Walker; Former CEO of Whole Foods Market John Mackey and award-winning performer Lauryn
      Hill. She co-owed the wellness company Anything Vegan, with her sister Marji. Their product line
      (sold for an undisclosed amount) won the Atlanta’s Next Culinary Adventure award. Additionally,
      Jasmine was brainchild behind and former executive director for Whole Foods Market
      Entrepreneur University. Her innovative entrepreneur venture earned an $150,000 investment from
      WFM. She also trained WFM chef’s in recipe development and worked at the corporate level to
      facilitate the launch of new food brands and products. Jasmine received her BA in inter-cultural
      communications and sociology as well as a certification in plant-based nutrition at
      Cornell University. At the graduate level she studied Public Health in Prevention Science at
      Emory University. Currently she sits on the Board of Directors for one of Atlanta’s longest standing
      natural food co-ops, Sevananda Natural Foods. Her hobbies include, enjoying quality time with family
      and close friends, reading, international travel, being in nature, yoga, listening to music (namely hip-
      hop, jazz and soul house), collecting records, writing performing spoken word poetry and laughing at
      her own jokes.
      PHONE: 212-390-1945

      Categories: Food & Wine | Health & Wellness

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