Eat the World:
Eat the World Good-for-You Food for Families - by Allison Liefer and Katie Leahy - Common Threads

Eat the World: Good-for-You Food for Families by: Allison Liefer and Katie Leahy

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82% of Common Threads' students limited their junk/fast food intake to one or fewer times per week.

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ISBN #: 978-1-61658-404-7

Eat the World is a fun and easy-to-follow resource for child and a parent, or a family of four. Now, children and families everywhere can prepare simple, healthy, and ethnically diverse recipes together! All recipes are nutritious, economical, and full of fresh produce and vibrant flavors, so they’re easy and fun for families to make at home.

Chef Art Smith and Jesus Salgueiro began Common Threads to educate children on the importance of nutrition and physical well-being, and to foster an appreciation of cultural diversity through cooking. Common Threads teaches low-income children to cook wholesome and affordable meals because we believe that through our hands-on cooking classes we can help prevent childhood obesity and reverse the trend of generations of non-cookers, while celebrating our cultural differences and the things people all over the world have in common. Proceeds from Eat the World help fund Common Threads’ cooking classes for low-income children.

Bringing everyone into the kitchen to cook together helps create healthier, happier families--and learning together will create memories that last well beyond the dinner table. To purchase your copy of Eat the World and to begin your family’s culinary adventure, click here!
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