If you are what you eat, this class may help you eat better
San Diego’s Berry Good Food Academy hosts a Food as Medicine Cooking class with Dr. Sabrina Falquier Montgrain, who’ll offer tips on healthy dishes that are easy to make
It’s easy to be bad — after all, it’s not called fast food for nothing.
But Dr. Sabrina Falquier Montgrain is on a mission to show people easy ways to eat well. Dr. Falquier Montgrain, an internal medicine doctor with Sharp Rees-Stealy, is an expert in a field colloquially known as “culinary medicine,” or the relationship between food and health.
She’ll lead this two-hour class on making better food choices and offer tips on how to combine seasonal produce and nutritious proteins to make everything from entreés to dessert. Sponsored by San Diego’s Berry Good Food Academy, which promotes sustainable food practices, the class will be hands-on.
We’re feeling better already.
Food as Medicine Cooking class
11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday. Studio Kitchen by Specialty Produce, 1929 Hancock St., No. 150, San Diego. $25.
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