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Have you heard the news? Collagen is the latest and greatest way to care for your body inside and out!
Join us for this informative hour with Cathy Smith from the Boise Co-op and learn about collagen which is the most abundant protein in our bodies, especially type 1 collagen. It’s found in our muscles, bones, skin, blood vessels, digestive system and tendons. It’s what helps give our skin strength and elasticity, along with replacing dead skin cells. When it comes to our joints and tendons, in simplest terms, it’s the “glue” that helps hold the body together. A few of the other benefits include gut health, immune support and hair growth. There are 16 types found in the human body, we will focus on types 1, 2, 3, 5 and 10.
Cathy will also share with you some simple and tasty ways to incorporate collagen into your life everyday!
This workshop is complimentary but please let us know if you are planning to attend.
This class is inspired by "Sadhya" served during the festival of Onam celebrated in Kerala. Onam Sadhya, which in Malayalam means 'banquet' is a sensational multi-course vegetarian meal that features over 24 dishes on a banana leaf. The main center of the dish is plain rice, which is served with variety of side accompaniments. For this class Sangeeta will demonstrate how to make some of her favorite sides that can be enjoyed with rice.
As James Beard says "Good cheese needs good companions". In this class, we will explore a variety of things that go with cheese, from salty to sweet, crackers to nuts and, as always, will be sharing some of our favorite wine pairings!
Please join us for this delicious class where you will find perfect companions for cheeses such as: Blues, Bries, Fresh Chevre, Goudas, and Parmesan.
As an artisan food manufacturer, Wildtime Foods makes unique, quality gourmet granolas, trail mixes and raw grain cereals with a focus on producing WHOLE foods with exceptional taste and quality. You won’t find genetically modified ingredients (GMOs), preservatives, processed sugars or grains, added salt, Trans fats, animal products, artificial color, or hydrogenated oils in the foods we make. What you will find are locally or regionally grown organic and natural ingredients, whenever possible, and a commitment to delivering a fresh, healthy, delicious product each and every time. We choose our raw materials very carefully and are personally familiar with many of the farmers who grow the grains, nuts, and fruits that go into our mixes.
It is our mission to be a leader in the support of local agriculture and sustainable business practices, and to provide a pleasant, nurturing work environment for our dedicated employees.