Food Education Program

Feed the Mass's Food Education program is now going virtual. The mission is the same and now going global. We are going to empower the community through food. We have been doing it since 2016, and directly we can reach our community on a national scale. Through our virtual cooking classes, you will be able to cook alongside Chef Jacobsen and many other chefs as they guide you through unique dishes. These classes are just about cooking, and they are also about the culture, nutrition, and sourcing of the food. Knowledge is power, and when it comes to what you eat, you must be informed.

 

How can you get involved?

Their two unique ways you can get involved;

 

  • Become a teacher. If you have experience in the kitchen and want to teach your community your culture, technique, and how you learned to make your food, then sign up here.

  • BOGO, Buy One, Give One. One of the founding principles our organization believes in is giving and accessibility. Education is not as accessible for many community members due to budget restraints, so why not empower your neighbor and buy a ticket for them. The regular ticket price is $25, and for another $15, you can give another family access to our classes. 

FAQ:

Will recipe be provided?

Yes, and you will need to get the ingredients to make the recipe. 

Do you need a computer?

 Any device that can use the app Zoom will work.

What if I miss the class?

We will be uploading the class 3 days later so you can catch it again.

 

Any other questions feel free to email classes@feedthemass.com

  • May 21, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
    Online Event
    In honor of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, we’re going to Japan. In this class, Chef Jacobsen will teach you how to make a classic Japanese dish famous around the world - Ramen. You’re going to learn how to make it from scratch - noodles, too!
  • Jun 25, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
    Online Event
    We are back!!!