Join SNAP-Ed Nutrition Educator of Tompkins County, Sarah Curless, and learn about the added sugar, fat, and salt content of snack and fast foods that companies don’t want you to know about. Also, learn tips and tricks for making quick, easy, and healthier versions of these foods at home.
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Sarah Curless is the SNAP-Ed Nutrition Educator at Cornell Cooperative Extension of Tompkins County and has an avid interest in food history, culture, and justice. She is especially interested in exploring how people around the world cook food, and how a varied and balanced diet impacts people as one of the many social determinants of health.
This March program is the third program in a four-month series about food and nutrition. On April 6, we will have a presentation by Carrie Koplinka-Lehr discussing “Our Changing Menu,” a book she co-authored with Danielle L. Eiseman and Michael P. Hoffmann. At this time, all programs will be held via Zoom.