Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Kitchen play is a series of 11 pre-recorded videos. In each video I walk you through making an easy whole food plant based meal and all of its components.
Kitchen Play takes place in a virtual classroom, so all you need is a computer or mobile device and internet that’s fast enough to watch videos.
You will need basic kitchen stuff: a cutting board, a sharp knife, measuring cups, measuring spoons, containers for leftovers, and basic pots and pans. You will also need a blender and a food processor. If you don’t have a food processor you might be able to use your blender if it’s high speed.
In the videos I show you how to make various things in the Instant Pot. If you don’t have an Instant Pot, I give instructions for the stove top version. I give you a list of all the kitchen tools you will need for each video in your classroom.
Once you purchase Kitchen Play, it’s yours to keep and will be stored in your classroom so you can go back to it as often as you like for as long as you like.
Some of the recipes are on our blog, others are in our Meal Plan classroom. Some I made up on the spot as I was being recorded. It’s not so much the recipes you are paying for, it’s me walking you through exactly how to make each recipe.
All of the recipes I make in the videos are in your Kitchen Play classroom.
All the recipes in Kitchen Play are free of meat, dairy, eggs, oil, gluten, and overly processed ingredients. It wasn’t intentional, but soy isn’t in any of the recipes either. There are some nuts here and there that you could sub with seeds.
If you have other allergies, feel free to email us and we can help you find good substitutes. [email protected]
Whole Food Plant Based eating (WFPB) is a way of eating that focuses on nutrient dense, whole plant foods. This includes veggies, fruits, whole grains, beans & legumes, and nuts & seeds. When eating WFPB, all overly processed ingredients are avoided, including oil, refined sugar, and refined white flour.
Check out my blog post on WFPB eating over here.
Nope! As long as you have a stove and some counter space you can easily do this!
Yes! All the videos have closed captioning available.
Nope! This is a totally different thing. If you’re wanting to eat more plants, and you're intimidated by your kitchen, start with Kitchen Play. After you get more comfortable in your kitchen, I recommend signing up for the Plant Fueled Meal Plans.
Are you kidding me? This will blow your mind! Yes, it’s a must for anyone new to cooking a super healthy plant based diet.
If you are super comfortable cooking plants, if you are an expert in your kitchen, and if you have no problem whipping together our Meal Plans and some simple whole food plant based meals, Kitchen Play might not do much for you.
That said, if you want to see how I do things in my kitchen, these videos are packed with tips, tricks, and hacks that you may or may not be familiar with. Plus, I do a lot of really bad dancing, so it might be worth it just for that.
It depends on what kind of cooking you’re good at. If you’re really good at cooking with meat, dairy, eggs, and oil, then yes, Kitchen Play will help you tremendously.
If you’re really good at cooking whole plant foods, see the above Q + A.