Homemade offers free weekly recipes and classes for cooking chef-created meals in the home. Participants can register with an email address, receive the recipe and a reminder in their inbox, and join the program on Zoom.

Some meals are vegetarian or vegan with plant-based proteins but many also feature seafood or chicken. The chefs offer helpful advice as they demonstrate the recipes and answer questions from viewers. 

Two to three free classes are offered each week and participation is not mandatory. The classes are designed so viewers can watch a chef prepare a meal while cooking along in the home but viewers can also simply watch. Questions are welcomed.

The free classes sound too good to be true but they are aimed to improve our health and the environment. The chefs and dietitians at Homemade are on a mission to reduce consumption of processed foods and place people in control of the ingredients they use. They're also looking out for the environment and believe that every ingredient people cook with is making an impact on the environment.

Homemade partners with the Nature Conservancy in selecting more sustainable ingredients, discussing environmentally friendly food storage options, and creating awareness about the world's growing population and demand for food. Donations are optional and 100 percent of funds go to the Nature Conservancy.

To explore classes and sign up for free visit www.withhomemade.com or click HERE to find free classes in County Line's Events section.

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