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PB with J

Director: Jeremy LaLonde
Genre: Food

Filmmaker Jeremy LaLonde visits restaurants and businesses that offer plant-based alternatives and invites you back into his kitchen to show you how easy it is to introduce healthy delicious, comforting and often decadent plant-based meals and treats into your menu.

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Episode 1 - Plant-Based Basics

Jeremy shares his plant-based journey before showcasing his recipes for a Tofu Scramble, Chickpea Salad Sandwich, and a mountain of “cheesy" nachos. He also visits Pfennings Farm to learn about organic farming.

Episode 2 - Plant-Based Breakfasts

Jeremy walks though some of his plant-based breakfast staples including granola, fluffy pancakes, and tempeh sausage. He also visits Nook Vibrant Kitchen to learn about their plant-based meal delivery service.

Episode 3 - Plant-Based Lunches

Jeremy gets creative with these filling lunches, including crunchy falafels, a plant-based grilled “cheese” sandwich, and a multi-purpose stew. He visits Pfennings farm once again to learn the importance of good soil and harvesting vegetables.

Episode 4 - Plant-Based Snacks

Jeremy shows off how to make his go-to snacks including decadent cookies, muffins, and his own plant milk. He also goes back to Nook Vibrant Kitchen to learn more about how plant-based foods can boost your health and reverse disease.

Episode 5 - Plant-Based Dinners

Jeremy reveals some of his family’s favourite meals from tofu nuggets to shepherd’s pie and a delicious plant-based burger. He visits Jane Bond, a place that was doing plant-based way before it was cool.

Episode 6 - Plant-Based Desserts

Perfect for your sweet tooth, Jeremy shares some of his go-to desserts, from a chocolate tart to a fruit cobbler and a show-stopping trifle. He also visits Four All Ice Cream to learn the science behind their plant-based ice cream.

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