Register Now for November Virtual Cooking Class Series

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Learn how to prepare healthy and delicious dishes from the comfort of your own space.

During MHealthy’s virtual cooking classes, you'll interact with our MHealthy chefs and dietitians as they share time saving tips, help you cut costs, and teach you how to create tasty dishes using vegetables, fruits, whole grains, beans, nuts, fish, low-fat dairy, lean meat and beneficial fats.

November 2021 Cooking Two-Class Series

Registration is now open for the November Cooking Class Series. The cost to attend the two-class series is $20. Registration closes at 10 a.m. on October 28.

November classes will focus on fall favorites like pears and sweet potatoes. These delicious and affordable foods are perfect when giving thanks and celebrating with friends and family.

November 3 (12 – 12:45 p.m.) – Positively Perfect Pears

There are approximately 100 different varieties of this sweet, bell-shaped fruit that have been enjoyed either soft or crisp since ancient times. They are available all year and are not only delicious, but offer many health benefits backed by science and may even help you lose weight.

November 10 (12 – 12:45 p.m.) – Simple and Savory Sweet Potatoes

Often confused with yams, sweet potatoes are a nutritious and delicious root vegetable that is considered a superfood due to its anti-inflammatory, anti-diabetic and anti-cancer properties. Sweet potatoes are a good source of magnesium which can help you manage stress, anxiety and depression.

New Classes Each Month – Sign Up to be Notified

MHealthy will host a different cooking class series each month. Registration opens a few weeks before the first class date – sign up here to get notified when registration opens.

MHealthy Cooking Classes support the growing field of culinary medicine, which explores the links between food and health, applying the foundations of nutritional science side-by-side with traditional medical interventions in clinical care.

Register for the November Cooking Class Series and learn about more upcoming classes. If you have questions or require any accommodations to fully participate in a virtual class, email mhealthy@umich.edu.

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