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Whether it's a New Year's resolution, or just a promise you've made to yourself, healthy cooking has suddenly become your number-one priority. At first, it's easy to come up with a handful of healthy cooking ideas; but before you know it, you're making the same old thing, week after week. To really jazz up your kitchen repertoire, consider taking culinary classes. Learn some tips and tricks on vegetarian cooking, discover some of the best ingredients to keep on hand, and put together a meal plan for yourself that you can prepare ahead of time, freeze, and use throughout the week.
You don't have to be vegetarian to take classes in vegetarian cooking. In fact, you don't even have to be a vegetarian. Healthy cooking and healthy eating go hand in hand. Experimenting with vegetarian cooking now and then is one step toward a healthier lifestyle. In fact, learning to create homemade, delicious, and healthy meals for yourself is probably one of the best things you can do for your health.
So, if you've made the commitment to better cooking and better eating, don't think twice about signing up for culinary classes. Just be prepared! These kinds of courses tend to whet your appetite. The next thing you know, you've signed up for every cooking course there is.
|Jennifer Mathes, Ph.D.|