Did you know that you can prepare stuffed vegetables in a slow cooker? You can! (Gasp!) Eat the rainbow with these nutritious and filling Stuffed Bell Peppers. Put them in the slow cooker this morning and they’ll be ready for you at dinnertime. #MeatlessMonday
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Today is bittersweet. After more than 4 years, Alex is leaving Leah’s Pantry. . . to travel the world (can we come??!!). Alex, you have brought so much laughter and positivity to our organization. Your ability to adapt and pivot with a moment’s notice, charm anyone and everyone, and manage 20+ facilitators and projects simultaneously […]
Have you checked out the new Filipino recipes we have on EatFresh.org? Make one this weekend! One of our faves is this sweet, savory, and spicy Pipino Salad.
Adrienne presented on the integration of trauma-informed principles into food distribution settings. She shared leading practices in trauma-informed nutrition security, and considered ways in which food banks and food pantries can design distributions and related programs that align with these leading practices. Session participants discussed how the field can continue to learn and grow in […]
We are having a BLAST piloting Around the Table, our trauma-informed curriculum with juniors and seniors at John O’Connell High School in San Francisco. It’s amazing to see culinary and leadership skills grow so quickly. Here are busy high school hands preparing EatFresh.org Chicken Lettuce Wraps and Vegetarian Sushi!
Try our EatFresh.orgvegetable and tofu stir-fry. The sauce is delicious and easy to make, and you can use whatever veggies you have in the fridge!