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Forks Over Knives House Parties!

We are excited to partner with Forks Over Knives to help you host a Forks Over Knives House Party!

All of the information you need can be found here.  We have an easy to use guide available with ideas, recipes and answers to frequently asked questions.

We want to help your community become plant-strong!

If you would like to get more tips, post your event and connect with others who are hosting parties, please join us on the House Party Facebook page.

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