Welcome to plant based eating on a budget! Learn the basics of eating plant based without breaking the bank or seeing an increase in your grocery budget with this amazing free course created by Kim Sujovolsky, a certified plant based cook who has been helping people transition to a plant based diet and change eating habits for good, in a way that is sustainable and simple. Learn all the basics, from budgeting, to getting organized, meal planning and batch cooking basics, to navigating the store, taking advantage of sales and seasonality, learning new ways to shop, making delicious and inexpensive meals for the week and much more.
The plant based eating on a budget course was created to help you master your plant based way of eating without breaking the bank so you can stay on budget, eat deliciously and make the process fun, doable and sustainable. It will help you get organized with your budget and expenses, understand pricing and where and how to find maximum savings. How to navigate the store, how to take advantage of sales and seasonality, the differences between organic and conventionally grown produce when it comes to your grocery bills, and it will help you get a handle on three magic little habit changes that will have a huge impact on your budget: getting your fridge and pantry
organized, beginning a meal planning system and batch cooking. The course also gives you a ton of ideas for reducing eating out costs while still sharing time with friends and family in ways that involve food, but that are inexpensive and fun. Of course, we finish it all off by giving you some great meal ideas that include inexpensive ingredients for you to get tons of inspiration for your dailymeals. All while staying on budget and reducing stress when it comes to food and your finances.
- Preparing your budget;
- Getting clear on your expenses;
- Getting clear on food prices;
- Getting your fridge and pantry organized for maximum savings.
Learning time and money saving cooking basics
- Meal planning;
- Batch cooking;
- Revamping leftovers and stretching your groceries.
Learning how and where to shop
- Finding maximum savings;
- Navigating the supermarket, farmer’s market, bulk bin sections, and other money saving ways to shop;
- Shopping organic vs non-organic;
- Taking advantage of seasonality.
Being social and cooking deliciously
- Reducing your eating out bills;
- Being social without breaking the bank;
- Delicious, simple and inexpensive meal ideas for the week.
Learn all the basics of eating plant based on a budget so that this lifestyle change does not become a financial burden and you can stick to it. So many of our daily habits influence the way we shop and eat, and with these basic tools you’ll be able to put some systems into place so that your From budgeting to getting organized in the kitchen, to meal planning, understanding how and where to find savings, how to
assemble delicious and easy meal ideas with inexpensive ingredients you can find anywhere. The plant based eating on a budget course will give you all the tools to help you save money and make this way of eating a lifestyle.
This course is perfect for you if you’ve been thinking about beginning on your plant based journey and you’re concerned that it might be too expensive to shop and eat in this way, and it’s also perfect for you if you’re a seasoned plant based eater and need to get a handle on your finances, get back down to basics and create delicious meals that make your life simple throughout the week while producing maximum savings. Financial stress can wreak havoc not only on the way you shop and get organized with your expenses, but even on your healthy eating habits, so this course was designed to give you support through this process, so that shopping, cooking and eating plant based is doable, fun and completely stress free.
This class is self paced. You can begin whenever you like and then follow your own pace. It's a good idea to set goals for yourself to make sure you stick with the course.
This class will always be available!
Yes! The point is for you to learn what YOU need (or want) to learn. If you already know something, feel free to skip ahead. If you ever find that you're confused, you can always go back and watch something that you skipped.
Learn actively! You will retain more of what you learn if you take notes, draw diagrams, make notecards, and actively try to make sense of the material.