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|Title:||The Learning Kitchen - Young Adult|
|Alt. Title:||Learning Kitchen: A Guide for Chefs and Educators|
|Pub. date: ||2013|
|Includes: ||Instructor guide, handouts, activity bank, background information, recipe cards, a virtual flipchart, e-newsletters, and evaluation materials|
|Audience: ||Adults, Young Adults, Teenagers, Older Adults|
|Description:||"The Learning Kitchen classes are designed to improve food security for families with limited budgets. In a series of six lessons, participants engage in hands-on cooking and nutrition education activities that focus on balancing and planning meals, stretching food dollars to maximize nutrition, shopping strategies, and cooking techniques. Classes are taught by area chefs and trained nutrition educators."|
|Funding Source: ||SNAP-Ed, Hunger Free Vermont|
|Developer: ||Laura Fillbach|
|Organization: ||Hunger Free Vermont|
|Length: ||Six lesson series|
|Assessment instrument Used? ||yes|
|Use Restrictions: ||May copy for educational purposes.|
|Reviewers Comments: ||The Learning Kitchen - young adult curriculum includes lessons on various food groups and nutrients, and includes a field trip to a local grocery store. For each lesson, there are handouts, activities, and background information. Some lessons include physical activity and food safety components as well.
See also The Learning Kitchen - Youth and The Learning Kitchen - Adult.