Breakfasts include a hot entrée, fruit, granola, breakfast breads, eggs, coffee, tea, and there are dairy or non-dairy options for milk, cream cheese, and creamer.
Lunches are not included in workshop packages.* Students often purchase lunch from The Farm Store, about 1 mile from the Community Center, where classes are held. The Farm Store provides a variety of foods, including sandwiches, salads and homemade soups for lunches.
Dinners are included with most workshops, served Sunday through Friday evenings.
They are created and prepared by world famous, pioneer vegetarian/vegan cookbook author Wendy Louise Hagler and are served in the relaxing environment of her passive solar home built with natural and non-toxic materials.
The menus are compiled in Wendy’s unique style of vegan global fusion cuisine. Tasty, hearty, and nourishing, the menus include as much locally grown and organic foods as is possible, often from her own kitchen garden.
A collection of the recipes for the dinner menus will be made available toward the end of the week giving all the opportunity to recreate the flavors of the experience in your own home.
Typical reviews of these meals by the participants include:
“The food was fantastic! It was a very nice addition to have the dinners provided. It made the evenings flow nicely”.
“Love how Wendy’s meals takes us around the world”.
“The food was new for me, but very good”.
“It was excellent and very filling. I had my reserves about vegan diet, but I felt complete and very full everyday”.
The food was “wonderful, marvelous, delicious, beautiful, inspired, nourishing and plentiful”.
The Farm is known around the world for its vegetarian and vegan dishes, with many of the recipes available in cookbooks from the community’s Book Publishing Company.
Please contact us about allergies or special dietary needs.