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Making Healthy Cooking a Lifestyle

Lecture no. 6 from the course: The Everyday Gourmet: Making Healthy Food Taste Great

Making Healthy Cooking a Lifestyle

Taught by Professor Bill Briwa and 1 others | 35 min | Categories: The Great Courses Plus Online Food & Wine Courses

Tie together everything you’ve learned in the previous sessions and get lasting insights into the importance of nutritious cooking for a healthy and happy lifestyle. Both Dr. Guttersen and Chef Briwa offer you in-depth advice on how to organize your kitchen, stock your pantry, practice mindful eating, and plan healthier options for meals, snacks, and desserts.

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p********m
July 23, 2018
You Can’t Go Wrong with Chef Briwa Chef Bill Briwa is a national treasure. He is easily one of the most engaging, well-spoken, friendly, and organized chef instructors I’ve come across. This course specifically incorporates the Sonoma Diet and its food portioning ideas. Each lecture features Connie Guttersen (the author of The Sonoma Diet) discussing some of the science behind healthy foods and then we get Chef Briwa making several dishes incorporating what she just discussed. There’s something like 25 different dishes (plus a few seasoning ideas and beverages) in this course, and most them do seem very simple to shop for and prepare. Many of the dishes incorporate whole grains and probably half of them are entirely vegetarian-friendly. Because of this (and the fact there’s only 6 lectures) there might not be the huge variety of different dishes you’d expect, but that’s really a minor criticism. Also, there is no discussion of sodium and its potential health effects (and Chef Briwa definitely uses salt in these dishes liberally). I might have given this course 4 stars but Chef Briwa alone makes this a 5-star course.

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c********m
July 23, 2018
you have to make time in your life to eat healthy. if you are good to your body, it will be good to you. there are no 'do overs' in life.

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h********m
June 14, 2018

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