Here on the east coast March came in like a meat-eating lion and is going out as a transitioning plant-based lifestyler after seeing RESPONSIBLE EATING AND LIVING’s hysterical fundraising promos that are a part of the latest episode of the Transition Kitchen.
We are posting each promo separately for your enjoyment because we think they stand alone as lively nonprofit fundraising entertainment. Here is the first promo seen in Part I of the third Episode of the Transition Kitchen: In this flashback, Gary yearns to be the first ever Michelin-starred Vegan Chef and Caryn tells him that in order to do that he must first master the 5 Foundation Sauces in the Transition Kitchen.
More about Responsible Eating And Living and the upcoming Happy B’Earthday Revue :
Caryn Hartglass and Gary De Mattei founded the not for profit corporation, Responsible Eating And Living (REAL) to educate the public about the benefits of adopting a plant-based lifestyle. The website, ResponsibleEatingAndLiving.com was launched in July of 2011.
Radio: Co-founder and ovarian cancer survivor Hartglass, hosts the weekly Progressive Radio Network Show, It’s All About Food, and has interviewed over 400 experts in the whole foods, plant-based, sustainable food movement including doctors, nutritionists, scientists, athletes, activists and chefs, which are now archived on the REAL site. In addition, volunteers across the country have helped transcribe most of these broadcasts for those who might not have the ability to listen to a podcast due to a hearing impairment or just want to scan the piece at their own pace.
Recipes: Hartglass and De Mattei have created over 350 original plant-based recipes and continue to add new ones practically every day. Several of their sumptuous creations have been featured in magazines, periodicals and books such as the upcoming Rodale publication, Living the Farm Sanctuary Life by Gene Baur. Most recently, Hartglass has created the popular daily blog, What Vegans Eat, to answer the most asked question posed to those who eat plants, “What do you eat?”
Video: REAL has created over 50 original videos including:
A full length documentary, The Lone Vegan Preaching to the Fire, which recounts Hartglass’ journey to cattle country to sit on a panel and give the vegan perspective on climate change to 250 cattle producers.
The recently launched web series REAL Good News In Review, which includes a newscast, The Transition Kitchen (the food show featuring De Mattei creating dishes that no meat eater can refuse) and a local business segment.
Live Entertainment: The educational component for REAL, The Swingin’ Gourmets, which was featured last year, live, at Dr. Joel Fuhrman’s Health Immersion Weekend, is a musical performance of original skits and songs recounting Hartglass’ battle with advanced ovarian cancer and De Mattei’s lifelong struggle with fad diets and eating disorders. The show ends happily with these two dynamic performers finding each other on stage and joining forces to bring Responsible Eating And Living into the world.
The REAL Fundraiser, The Happy B’Earthday Revue, is a three-hour event to raise funds to support the organization and its programs.
Jade Eatery and Lounge
1 Station Square
Forest Hills, NY
Valet Parking Available
Long Island Railroad Forest Hills Station (across the street)
Subway: E, F, R, M Trains (2 blocks away)
To purchase tickets to the Happy B’Earthday Revue, to make a tax-deductible donation that will go towards the event or to underwrite the Happy B’Earthday Revue or learn about how you can be sponsor at the event go to http://responsibleeatingandliving.com/?p=17539.
Single tickets are $75. Buy tickets at http://responsibleeatingandliving.com/?p=17513.
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