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Sun, Jan 22

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Via Zoom

Healthy Meals on a Budget - On-Line Zoom - Food or Life Cooking Class

Learn to make three healthy plant based dishes that are great for you budget and health. In this class we will demo and taste these nutritious dishes and explore simple recipes. You will receive a booklet of recipes and ideas for adding more plants to your plate.

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Healthy Meals on a Budget - On-Line Zoom - Food or Life Cooking Class
Healthy Meals on a Budget - On-Line Zoom - Food or Life Cooking Class

Time & Location

Jan 22, 2023, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM MST

Via Zoom

About the event

HEALTHY MEALS ON A BUDGET

This Food for Life class focuses on making three basic recipes that will help you add more plants to your plate.  In the class, we wil learn how to prepare and use these budget friendly recipes in many ways.  After the preparation demonstration, you will get to sample all three recipes and then talk about how you might make these recipes your own.

COST

This class is donation based.  You can register for free or you can opt to give a love offering or donation to support more classes like these.  A few days before the class you will recive an email with the Zoom link and an ingredient list for the recipes we will prepare, so you can cook along and ask questions as you go.  

ABOUT THE FOOD FOR LIFE PROGRAM

The Food for Life program is a direct service cooking and nutrition education program of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (Physicians Committee).

With over 1.7 million people diagnosed with cancer each year and more than 30 million people estimated to be living with diabetes in the United States—and many more cases across the globe—there is an urgent need for a new direction in addressing diseases. An innovative approach to a modern medical challenge, the Food for Life program aims first to prevent disease. When a disease has been diagnosed, the goal of the program is to improve disease survival.

FOOD FOR LIFE CURRICULA

Designed by physicians, nurses, and registered dietitians, each Food for Life curriculum includes information about how certain foods and nutrients work to promote health and fight disease. The classes work to translate complex scientific nutrition information into simple and easy meals. Each Food for Life nutrition and cooking class features a nutrition information and a live cooking demonstration—both within a supportive group setting.

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