Med Instead of Meds: In-person Workshop June ’22

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Med Instead of Meds
Laurel Davis, NC State Summer Intern, demos the strawberry quinoa salad prepExtension Master Food Volunteer demonstrates preparing basil chiffonade
Thanks to Kiser Senior Center, located in Bessemer City, N.C. Cooperative Extension, Gaston County Center kicked off “Med Instead of Meds” as an in-person workshop with food demo activities beginning in June. Very excited to offer the program – it’s the first hands-on food activity we’ve offered since 2019 due to COVID! This 6-session workshop explores simple steps of the Mediterranean Diet to help you eat the Med Way.
Our volunteers and summer staff make this workshop possible – thanks to Dana Croston, Extension Master Food Volunteer; Laurel Davis, NC State summer intern, and Anne Jenkins. From food prep, demos, and instruction their expertise makes it interactive, informative, and delicious!
“Having an in-person presentation with hands-on activities is how I prefer to learn and the Mediterranean Diet is what my doctor has recommended for me. So glad to have this learning opportunity,” commented one of the participants.
Learn more about this and other upcoming food and nutrition workshops: linda_minges@ncsu.edu or 704.922.2127