Potsdam, NY (RSVP needed for location)
HEALTHY BAKING SEMINAR IN POTSDAM
Learn how to convert your holiday classic baking recipes into healthy whole grain and whole foods treats! You don't have to buy a whole new cookbook to be able to bake healthier goodies for the holidays. This cooking seminar will show you how.
"Nutritious Delicious! Kick Your Sugar Habit AND Learn How to Bake with Whole Foods" is the latest installment of this cooking seminar series that focuses on beginning to advanced skills for more healthy, and often more economical, eating.
Presenter Paula Youmell will also give you fuel to kick the sugar habit: learn the history of sugar and its impact on individual health as well as the public health costs. But treats are fun for all ages, so you will learn how to bake goodies with whole grains and 100% whole foods to keep your health in mind when eating desserts and treats!
Organized by the Local Living Venture, this seminar series is sponsored by PotsdamCoOp.com, a natural foods store that is open to the public at 24 Elm Street, Potsdam, NY. An added bonus to the program will be a shopping tour with Ms. Youmell to contrast and compare healthy baking alternatives right in the store setting when you purchase.
Ms. Youmell is an R.N., Certified Health Education and Lifetime Wellness/Fitness Teacher who has worked in the areas of holistic health, healing and whole foods for twenty-plus years and is currently proprietor of Hands On Health Holistic Healing (handsonhealthhh.com) in Potsdam, NY. Paula has previously presented two other of the Nutritious Delicious! Cooking Seminar series, including "Grains and Beans, Eating Low on the Food Chain - and Cheap!" as well as a "Healthy Vegetarian & Vegan Cooking" seminar. Other seminars in this series can be viewed at www.SustainableLivingProject.net/workshop-event-resources.
There is a suggested donation of $15, or $5 student; scholarships are available. Due to limited attendance, an RSVP is necessary for the seminar location in Potsdam, NY. Contact the Local Living Venture at (315) 347-4223 or SustLivingProject@gmail.com (email is preferable.)
The Local Living Venture (LLV) is a volunteer-run organization that coordinates workshops promoting traditional rural and simple living skills, as well as collaborating on a regional food economy. The LLV is part of Seedcorn, a 501(c)3 non-profit educational organization based in Potsdam, NY.