Kim Kardashian To Give Plant-Based Cooking Demo At Festival
Kim Kardashian is set to give a plant-based cooking tutorial at Kourtney Kardashian's wellness festival, a branch of her brand Poosh A VIP ticket to the virtual event costs $190, and bags you a meet-and-greet with Kourtney and a goodie bag containing Beyond Meat products. - Media Credit: Instagram

Kim Kardashian To Give Plant-Based Cooking Demo At ‘Poosh Your Wellness’ Festival


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Reality star and businesswoman Kim Kardashian is on the line-up for the virtual festival, Poosh Your Wellness, where she is to give a plant-based cooking demonstration.

The festival is a branch of Poosh, a program supporting small entrepreneurs – which is owned by Kardashian’s sister Kourtney.

Plant-based cooking demo

Kim will host the guided vegan cooking tutorial ‘presented’ by Beyond Meat on May 1.

Additionally, the Poosh Your Wellness will feature talks on sustainability, a dance workout, and tongue therapy session.

‘I cannot wait to see Kim showing us how to make one of her favorite plant-based recipes’, Kourtney told People.

A VIP ticket to the virtual event costs $190, but bags you a meet-and-greet with Kourtney and a goodie bag containing Beyond Meat products.


Are Kim and Kourtney vegan?

Both sisters have spoken about their plant-based diets on social media. Kim told her 205 million followers the diet ‘does a body good‘. Last year she revealed she was ‘mostly plant-based’ and has since shared snippets of her cooking via her Instagram stories.

Just last month, Kourtney said her sister’s diet was ‘rubbing off on her’. Additionally, she has shared a plant-based food guide on Poosh.

Kim has spoken proudly about persuading her family to ditch meat and dairy. Even her younger sister Kylie Jenner took to Instagram to profess she was ‘really trying not to eat meat’.

‘I’ve officially converted three family members! Plant-Based Life’, wrote Kim on the platform. 

To find out more about the festival, visit the Poosh website here

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