Introducing the Whole Food Prep School


Vegetarian Diets and Scientific Data:

The American Dietetic Association:
“...scientific data suggest positive relationships between a vegetarian diet and reduced risk for several chronic degenerative diseases and conditions including obesity, coronary artery disease, hypertension, diabetes mellitus, and some types of cancer. It is the position of the ADA that vegetarian and vegan diets are healthful, are nutritionally adequate, provide health benefits in the prevention and treatment of certain diseases, and are appropriate for all stages of the life cycle, including during pregnancy and lactation...”
(excerpt from ADA website)




Friends Teaching Our Community

Plant Based Food Preparation
Original, Unrefined, Unprocessed Meals


These Classes are held thoughout the year. Call for dates and locations.

100% Whole Food Plant Based
No Animal Products        

Location: Dixie Middle School Home Economics
825 South 100 East, St George, UT

Phone 435-275-7861


Our purpose is to educate our community about the value of plant based meals. This school is a hands-on experiential learning and resource center for all ages and abilities. We teach the benefits of preparing and enjoying whole plant food in its original, unrefined, and unprocessed state. These meals are delicious, nutritious, easy to prepare, and appealing to everyone, especially children.

We are an organization teaching plant based meal preparation to individuals, organizations, and the general public.

website: www.wholefoodschool.org/


Classes allow any chef or cook to demonstrate vegan meal preparation

We support both cooked and raw food activities

Plant food education and creative tips will be integrated into the demonstrations

Macrobiotic Principles

Programs offered on a weekday night at 6 pm

There is a fee depending on the activity


Must hold a Food Handler’s Permit from Safe Food Handling Course of Utah

Only edible plants are used in our demonstrations

Food must be free from all animal and animal by-products

Limited use of oils, gluten, refined sugar and flours

The following websites support the science of maintaining health by eating whole food plant based meals:

www.pcrm.org/ Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine

www.NutritionFacts.org/ Dr. Michael GregerS

www.theChinaStudy.com/ The China Study

www.ecornell.com/ T. Colin Campbell, Ph.D.

www.ivu.org/ International Vegetarian Union

www.vegsoc.org/ International Vegetarian Society

www.navs-online.org/ North American Vegetarian Society

www.drmcdougall.com/ John McDougall, MD

www.vegsource.com/ Vegetarian and Vegan Resources

www.goveg.com/ Vegetarian Support Information

www.vrg.org/ Vegetarian Resource Group

www.cancerproject.org/ The Cancer Project;

www.veganhealth.org/ Vegan research - Jack Norris, RD

www.chooseveg.com/ Guide to vegan living/animal rights

www.vegnews.com/ Vegan News Magazine

Additional websites:

http://www3.bountifulbaskets.org/   local buying club for weekly produce

http://www.azurestandard.com/   bulk and natural food coop delivery to St George