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DESSERT Adventure! Healthy Cooking Workshop – LIVE ONLINE, Interactive With Sheila Wrede

  Sheila is cooking for us again!  Join us – your Still & Moving Center health-foodie friends – for a DESSERT adventure! Let’s have fun and learn to cook through the magic of Zoom. We would love for you to invite Sheila Wrede into your home kitchen for this hands-on cooking workshop, and when you…

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Summer Salad Meal – LIVE ONLINE, INTERACTIVE with Sheila Wrede

  Sheila is cooking for us again!  Join us at Still and Moving Center on June 28, 2020 from 1:30 to 3:30 pm for a vegan food lesson with a delightful twist! Sheila Wrede will show you how to prepare Summer Salads that are high in protein, fiber and antioxidants. Cook with Sheila from your…

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Zesty Black Bean Burgers and more! LIVE ONLINE with Sheila Wrede

Sheila is cooking for us again! Join us at Still and Moving Center on May 24, 2020 from 1:30 to 3:30 pm for a vegan food lesson with a delightful twist! Sheila Wrede will show you how to prepare Zesty Black Bean Burgers that are high in protein, fiber and antioxidants. Pair the burgers with…

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Herb and Spice Substitutes

Herb Substitutes Basil: oregano or thyme Bay leaf: ¼ teaspoon thyme Chervil: tarragon or parsley Cilantro: parsley Dill: tarragon Fennel seed: anise seed Italian seasoning: Blend of basil, oregano, rosemary Marjoram: basil, thyme, or savory Mint: basil, marjoram, or rosemary Oregano: thyme or basil Parsley: cilantro or chervil Rosemary: thyme, tarragon, or savory Sage: poultry…

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Plant-Based Cooking Lesson LIVE ONLINE With Sheila Wrede

Sheila is cooking for us! Join us at Still and Moving Center on April 26, 2020 from 1:30 to 3:30 pm for a vegan food lesson with a delightful twist! Let’s have fun and learn to cook through the magic of Zoom. We would love for you to join Sheila Wrede from your home kitchen…

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Perils of Supersizing

How many portions are in a bag of snack-size whole grain crackers? Or a small bottle of locally-pressed juice? Or a lunchbox pack of granola bars?  Hint: it’s not “one.” Often, the above products contain two or two-and-a-half servings per package. Can YOU Eat Just One? When you are faced with a bag of chips…

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Europe is a culinary delight

After 5 weeks of visiting 8 countries in Europe, it was a challenge to synthesize all the most important lessons that I learned about how Europeans eat, what they eat, and why they seem to have a healthier lifestyle.  My first observation is that they walk…and do I mean walk.  We logged thousands of steps…

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Root Vegetables – They Provide Variety Beyond a Salad

Many of you already know that I completed the Hapalua half marathon last weekend and I must say it can be a challenge (at any age).  Both before and after the run, I needed to focus on healthy carbs, and root vegetables have proven to be beneficial, especially beets! When you think about healthy eating,…

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Racing to the finish line

As some of you know, I am trying to get more fit in preparation for the Hapalua (Honolulu half marathon) and my husband is also exercising with me to make sure his knee is healing properly from his knee surgery.  I signed up online for Mbtion, an app that recommends a personalized fitness plan.  In…

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Isn’t fat bad for me?

Dietary fat: is it good or bad? Both. You see, not all fats are created equal. The Skinny on Fats Heavily processed, hydrogenated “trans” fats used in prepared, packaged foods can be extremely damaging to the body. They can compromise the cardiovascular system, immune system, and contribute to behavior problems. They can also lead to…

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