Frequently asked questions
Do you cater for allergies, dietary requirements and taste preferences?
Yes! All of the ingredients are plant-based and oil free. We have experience in cooking nut free, gluten free and low FODMAP.
Prior to booking please provide as much information as possible so we can cater to your needs via our online
allergy information form.
If you have any questions, please
contact us for further details.
Do you teach cooking classes?
Definitely. Whether you want a private lesson or invite some friends over for cooking session, we can cater for your needs in the comfort of your own kitchen.
For information on what to expect on the day, please see our
terms and conditions.
Do we need to be home for your personal meal prep services?
Not unless you want to!
Often clients arrange for keys to be left with a neighbour. We have police clearances and respect our clients' privacy.
If you have any questions just
contact us. We will call you back as soon as we can and are happy to chat with you.
Do you bring your own equipment and tools?
We can bring our own toolkit, depending on what the recipe requires. Our emphasis though is that we will use the equipment you have in your kitchen (unless a recipe calls for something specific). We also use ingredients that are easily availabe to show you how cooking with whole plant foods is doable for anyone.
Prior to the booking we will liase with you to work out what else we may require on the day.
For example, if you really want to try banana nicecream we are more than happy to bring a high speed blender!
What knowledge in plant-based nutrition do you have?
Rebecca is certified in Plant-Based Nutrition through eCornell University. She has extensive experience in cooking demonstrations and classes where she shares her knowledge of the benefits of eating whole plant foods.
She writes for an online community,
SheSapiens, as their Plant-Based Nutrition expert. Her recipes are available through
Vegan Easy where she is a guest blogger. She has also featured a number of times at the
Vegan Festival Adelaide as as a guest speaker and cooking demonstrator.
What are the costs of Just Eat Plants cooking services?
Good question. There are a few options available.
Group cooking classes of two or more people are charged at $75 per head, with all ingredients included in this price. Full payment is required a week before the event.
One on one cooking tuition is charged at $60 per hour plus the cost of the ingredients.
Meal preparation services are priced at $60 per hour plus the cost of ingredients.
In regards to NDIS pricing,
contact us for a chat about what you are after and we will give you a quote.
Do you deliver your cooking classes online?
Yes! Cooking classes can still be fun on an online platform.
Prior to the class I can provide you with a list of ingredients so you can cook along with me and then enjoy the meal where ever you might be situated.
I have delivered successful classes to people on the other side of the world! Get in touch with me if you'd like to book a class.