Mothers from Belle Air Elementary School learned to make three different salad dressings, and we let their kids be the judge of which one taste best! A sneaky way to get the kids to try more veggies, even if it’s just a little taste.
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Moms at our San Bruno Park School District workshop wanted to learn new ways to cook and help their kids eat more vegetables, so that’s what we did! They also learned how to reduce food waste and cooked up a flavorful dish of fried rice using leftover brown rice broccoli (including the stems) and carrots […]
We LOVE our Northern California Partners. Last week, we graduated 25 partners from our Food Smarts Training Program in Redding. They were such an engaged and knowledgeable group. We look forward to staying in touch as they implement Food Smarts, EatFresh.org, and partner with us on our trauma-informed work down the road. Thanks to Northern […]
Adrienne has lived in California for 18 years, yet this is her first time to Disneyland! She enjoyed dinner with her conference panel; they talked about trauma, liberation, and systems change (you know, light dinner conversation). They saw fireworks on their walk home. #nobiggie #coc19
Leah’s Pantry is hiring a facilitator for a cooking and nutrition education workshop in partnership with BRIDGE Housing in Lake Elsinore, CA (address: 295 West Sumner Avenue Lake Elsinore, CA). The programming includes cooking demonstrations, nutrition presentations, and interactive cooking activities. All lesson plans and activities will be provided to you. The workshop is a […]
Carrie and Adrienne are running a collegiate Nutrition Pantry Program (NPP) In-service in partnership with Cal State LA and the Center for Healthy Communities at Chico State. Participants will walk away with tangible tools for collegiate pantries, like bundling, client needs assessment, and how to use EatFresh.org to support healthy decisions. Colleges in attendance include: […]