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Nourishing the Body and Mind: Creating A Joyful Mindset & Relationship With Food

Now that we’re spending more time indoors, let’s make the most of it. We invite you to join us for a three-part webinar series to discover new taste experiences, ways to connect with those around you, and establish healthy and joyful eating habits while working from home due to COVID-19 disruptions.

Part 1: "Nurturing a Positive Mindset In Uncertain Times"
Uncertainty is high leading to increased anxiety and fear. We looked at creating a positive mindset around what we can control and let go of things we can’t. We explored moving up the ladder from a sense of gripping and holding to greater joy, creativity and resilience. We also explored how our food habits can shift when we’re anxious and tips to create greater balance and mindfulness in everyday eating. 

Part 2: "Trying New Foods & Establishing Eating Rituals"
For many of us working from home these days, our fridge and pantry may look a little different than usual. We stock up on what’s available, including an overabundance of packaged foods. This unique time is creating an opening to discover new fresh foods and flavors that are available to us everyday but are often overlooked. In this session we’re going to get your taste buds singing - and your immune system stronger - by discovering amazing foods and flavors that can become a part of your new daily routine.

Part 3: "Connect and Cook-Along with Chopped Champion, Chef Eliza"
Let’s make lunch together! Americans eat 387 meals by themselves every year1. While eating alone can be enjoyable for some, we are social creatures by nature and it's important to find ways to connect with those around you. Research shows, when we eat in the presence of others, we enjoy our food more and we make healthier choices. Whether you’re an introvert or extrovert, we invite you to make lunch together with Food Network Chopped Champion Chef Eliza Martin and have fun along the way. For lunch, we'll be making Buddha Bowls! Meet us in the kitchen with:
  • 1 Cup of Cooked Grains (or veggie base)
  • 2 Cups of Veggies
  • 1 Serving of Protein and some Toppers from your fridge or pantry
  • For serving sauce: 1/2 Cup plain yogurt, 1 lemon or lime, 2 T dried herbs, salt, pepper, and olive oil or vinegar  
We'll make the dressing together and whip up a deliciously satisfying meal. Check out the ingredient ideas below:
1 Cup Cooked Grains or Veggie Base
Any cooked grains such as quinoa, brown/wild rice, farro, barley, or any veggie base such as cauliflower rice and zoodles (zucchini noodles).

2 Cups Veggies
Any combination of raw or roasted veggies such as leafy greens (kale, spinach, chard, collards), lettuces (romaine, butter, green/red leaf), broccoli, cauliflower, brussel sprouts, asparagus, carrots, cucumber, zucchini, corn, tomatoes, onions, squash and peas.

1 Serving Protein
Any cooked meats such as chicken, beef, lamb, fish, meatballs or tofu and chickpeas.

1 Serving Sauce
To make today's dressing with Chef Eliza, bring 1/2 cup plain yogurt, 1 lemon or lime, 2 Tbps fresh or dried herbs and salt and pepper. Alternately olive oil and vinegar or your own dressing will work great.

You can also include some of your favorite nuts & seeds (walnuts, almonds, pumpkin, sesame), pickles of any kind, kimchi or sauerkraut, fresh herbs, chives or green onions, avocado, flavored oils.

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Join this webinar series replay to learn:

  • How mindfulness can help cultivate a positive relationship with food 
  • How to establish new healthy eating habits that stick
  • How to increase social connection through cooking and eating 

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