Manage Your Microbes with Provident Credit Union

This was the third class in a series of wellness Lunch and Learns. The first class was Farm to Fork with the Seasons. Second class was Taste Your Way Thru the Book (Cool Cuisine) and today is Manage Your Microbes. Did you know your body is made up of 70-90% the genes of another species?… continue reading

2 Mini Cook Classes with GuideSpark

Welcome to Redwood City’s GuideSparkWe did 2 half-hour classes as a part of their wellness week. The first was EZ Seasoning… The second was Snack Attack! – a plant-forward approach to snacking. It’s amazing what you can get done in a 1/2 hour. Kale Almond Butter Rollups Cauli-Tofu Jalapesto Bites. Use raw veggies like cauliflower… continue reading

The Tech and Santa Clara County Wellness Fairs

Welcome to Santa Clara County Wellness Fair! An outside fair with no power means it’s Snack Attack! time. We taught simple snacks to make at home including: Mango Chia Breakfast Pudding Strawberries Get the Blues Kohlrabi Cracker Cauli-Tofu Jalapesto Bite And learned why not to eat sugary drinks as snacks. The next day, The Tech… continue reading

Eat More Vegetables

Eat More Vegetables teaches how to quick cook veggies with an EZ Seasoning system which encourages creativity while freeing the cook from recipes. EZ Seasonings are combinations that go together quickly. Call it salt and pepper with a college education! Use any seasoning with any vegetable you have on hand, or whatever you just bought… continue reading

Appy Hour with Portola Valley Schools

Portola Valley Unified brought us in for 2 hands on Appy Hour classes, a chance for teachers and administrators to get together and have fun. Classes had 3 hands-on stations.   People enjoyed assembling & grilling their own masterpieces. And the results were delicious! Standing Devils with Pickled Jalapeno and Bacon. Almond Blueberry Hemp Date… continue reading

City of Palo Alto – Food Waste Reduction Series

In attempts to rescue 3000 tons of food scrap waste per year, the City of Palo Alto embarked on a 2015 corporate campaign to teach businesses how to reduce food scrap waste. We went to a number of local companies teaching Leftover Makeover, and Fabulous Dishes, No Recipes Required. Here are a few… At Medallia,… continue reading