THIS WEEK’S TOPICS
>>”Food” Made with Chemicals – Get Real for Kids! (GUEST: Ann Cooper, The Renegade Lunch Lady, Chef Ann Foundation)
>> Price Kids Pay for Poor School Lunches (GUEST: Ann Cooper, The Renegade Lunch Lady, Chef Ann Foundation)
>> How to Move Mountains as a Healthy School Lunch Advocate. RECIPES (GUEST: Ann Cooper, The Renegade Lunch Lady, Chef Ann Foundation)
>> When Healthy Foods Aren’t Healthy.
>> Granola Bars – Easier to Make Than You Think! RECIPES.
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NUTS & SEEDS are a good source of protein, fiber and healthy fats. They can easily be added to oatmeal, yogurt, salads, baked goods, casseroles and other foods. They also can be eaten raw or roasted with a little tamari sauce. Always store opened nuts and seeds in a closed container in the refrigerator or freezer to keep the fats from turning rancid. FYI: Nuts in the shell served with a nut cracker are fun for kids to eat and work on their skills!
Great tasting - Hemp Hearts have a slightly nutty taste, similar to a sunflower seed or pine nut. Easy to use - Simply sprinkle Hemp Hearts on salad, cereal & yogurt, add to smoothies and recipes, or eat them straight from the package! Incredibly nutritious - per 30 gram serving, Hemp Hearts contain 10 grams of easy to digest plant-based protein and 10 grams of Omegas. Hemp Hearts contain more protein and omegas and less carbs than ...