Many people find it challenging to prepare healthy meals. Several factors, including a lack of time and experience in the kitchen, contribute to this challenge.
ISU Extension and Outreach Human Sciences Specialist Amy Jones recently taught the Healthy and Homemade workshop series that helped participants learn ways to overcome these challenges.
The class series was hosted by the Learning Connection, an early childhood program for children and parents in Osage. While the children played in another room, the parents learned new skills, recipes and how to make the most of their time in the kitchen. Seven parents attended the series.
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The Healthy and Homemade workshop series was three weeks. Session one was “Healthy Choices: Aisle by Aisle.” Session two was “Cook Now, Enjoy Later” and session three explored the benefits of the slow cooker.
The cost of the class was covered by Mitchell County Extension and Outreach and the Learning Connection.