Across the country, Bon Appétit teams have been hard at work paving the way for a plant-forward revolution. The Bon Appétit Fellows have embarked on a similar mission to spread inspiration and knowledge about how to cook with vegetables through a series of plant-based cooking demonstrations for college students.
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Plant-Forward Trainings Inspire and Unite Bon Appétiters
Bon Appétit’s Plant Forward trainings bring a rigorous curriculum and meaningful connections to teams across the country.
Pigs Over Profit at Gunthorp Farms: Purchasing Pasture-Raised Meat at Trine University
Unlike most farm animals raised in the U.S., Greg Gunthorp’s turkeys, pigs, ducks, and sheep will never know the inside of an industrial livestock house. Instead, they spend their days outside on pasture, running amongst the trees in the rolling hills of Northeast Indiana.
From Hummus to Minestrone: Taking the Pulse of Beans in Global Cuisine
We’re exploring how beans, lentils, peas, and soybeans have been a staple food in many cultures for thousands of years and are an important source of nutrients in many global cuisines, providing example recipes from our kitchens.
How Do We Fix The Future? Beans is How
We’re answering the key question on everyone’s minds: “How can we fight the climate crisis and support a more fair food system?” Beans is how. (Well, it’s at least the answer on our minds…) Become a bean-liever with us.
Bean-chamel: The 6th Mother Sauce
We’re highlighting the versatility of beans with our bean-chamel base sauce — what we’re calling our sixth mother sauce! Watch a demo from Bon Appétit chefs and get additional recipes that incorporate the sauce into everyday dishes.
Digging Into Black Plant-Based Food History, and Future
The roots of traditionally Black foods are abundant in plants
Explore Plant-Based Recipes from the Food Heaven Dietitians
4 Plant-Based Recipes to Try This Month
Lunar New Year Recipes from Chef Jet Tila
Watch a virtual cooking demo hosted by Jet Tila and explore numerous regional recipes.
Uncovering the Mollusk Mystery: Touring Roger Williams University’s Shellfish Program
On the edge of Roger Williams University’s campus and steps from Rhode Island’s Mt. Hope Bay, faculty, staff, and students are performing cutting-edge research on some truly amazing creatures.