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Home cooking: Good for your health
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I love soup, and it is healthy too. Bone-marrow soup is among the most healthy soups. I found this site about various alternative health products that I have tried and they work. I believe in alternative health supplements if they are organic with pure ingredients.
Home cooking is the best thing you can do for your health. The recipe above is exactly why people don’t try to cook because it looks so complicated and scary. There are so many simple 3-5 ingredient & 1-2 step recipes that make it easy to get into cooking. Don’t give up trying.
That should be “healthy cooking”
Many state extension service offices and even some community colleges offer cooking classes. The former, in particular, is pretty responsive to user/community requests for particular types of classes/instruction that fall w/in state extension service services–my local extension service office has offered classes in health cooking, including adaptation of “traditional” dishes/meals to be healther, food preservation techniques, buying/how to choose fresh veg & fruit, etc.
Far as I know, every county has an extension service office, even suburban/urban counties.
Some places of worship may also offer classes in cooking/healthy cooking, if members of the congregation feel there’s a need/interest, and there are people willing to organize the classes.
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