Part I: Andrea Young, Sweet Vegan, A Chocolate Experience!
Chef Andrea Young, founder of Sweet Vegan returns to It’s All About Food to share what she has been up to during the pandemic. Caryn Hartglass and Gary De Mattei get to try Sweet Vegan’s Spring Break box of Energizing Espresso, Raspberry Royale, Strawberry Sensation, Tanjin Spice truffles.
Andrea Young grew up cooking in an Indiana kitchen with her grandmother, Georgia May, where her love of creating beautiful and delicious treats began. She started Sweet Vegan in 2016 out of a desire to combine that early love of caring for loved ones through food with her focus on healthy eating.
Transporting people to their happy place and creating a sense of delight is what drives Chef Andrea’s creativity and her mission to make mouthwatering chocolates one can indulge in guilt-free. Sweet Vegan chocolates rival non-vegan options, while also offering chocolates that are dairy, soy, nut, gluten and always preservative free. They are packed with flavor, real fruit and fresh ingredients.
Andrea is a certified vegan chef as well as a graduate of Parsons School of Design. After a long career as an interior architect, she began working as a part-time private chef for celebrities. Here she developed her signature vegan chocolate recipes and began her journey making healthy food good for the mind and the body.
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Part II: Hartglass & De Mattei
In Part II of the program, Hartglass & De Mattei will give their thoughts on processed vegan foods, Caryn’s invigorating morning routine including hydration, meditation, face yoga, 7-minute workout and cold shower.
Links mentioned in the program:
How One New York Gourmet Chocolate Company Plans to Honor Unsung Heroes.
Food Revolution Summit