Whole Foods offers free virtual series: How to cook with ingredients at your fingertips, reduce food waste, more
With the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, people are staying at home more than ever. This means people are in their kitchens more often – and more than they want to. (OK, maybe it’s just me.)
The time therefore seems opportune for Whole Foods Market to enter online food education. It offers “Home Ec 365”, a series of four courses presented by food experts, bloggers and cookbook authors: Joy Wilson, Jessica Tull, Sophia Roe and Bobby Parrish. Classes will be delivered online via the Teachable platform.
They’ll teach people how to make the most of their grocery budgets, minimize food waste, learn cleaning tips, and cook with what you actually have available in their pantry, according to one. story about Travel + Leisure.
Viewers can learn good ways to use up leftover Roe deer to classify. This chef and advocate for well-being will also reveal the friendliness of the often overlooked parts of products. Wilson aims to help bakers explore different types of flour and find ways to adapt recipes when an ingredient is not available.
Parish, the self-proclaimed “grocery store store guy ”will guide viewers to shop smarter, and YouTube“ Clean Queen ”Tull will offer tips on cleaning appliances effectively.
The series is free, so many may be wondering, how does Whole Foods benefit from it? The company says it “hopes the lessons will help viewers develop serious adult skills,” but also admits that it hopes viewers will focus on using more of its products. store brand – 365 by Whole Foods Market.
Whether you have a Whole Foods Market near you or not, the goal of the series is to help home cooks create meals that use the ingredients you have in your kitchen (and maybe remind yourself to clean up. under your refrigerator).
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