Weight Watchers recently updated their food point system to reflect current findings on how the body processes food. The biggest change — all fruits and most vegetables are now point-free. As reported in the New York Times, “Processed foods, meanwhile, generally have higher point values, which roughly translates to: should be eaten less.” One important source of unprocessed food is the farmers’ market, even during winter — come to the workshop on Shopping & Cooking from the Winter Farmers’ Market this Friday, January 7th, and find out more!
Shopping & Cooking from the Winter Farmers’ Market Workshop
Date: Friday, January 7th, 2010, 7:00-8:30 pm
Place: Exeter Congregational Church, 21 Front Street Exeter, NH
You can eat delicious, local meals right through winter in New Hampshire. Come to this workshop and learn why it’s so important to support our farmers and eat locally grown food through all the seasons. Winter Farmers’ Markets are expanding throughout the state, which makes eating local even easier! The workshop will offer tips on how to shop a winter farmers market, choose your recipes, and make delicious, healthy cold-season meals.
$10 Suggested Donation. No one will be turned away for lack of money. No registration necessary; just stop by! For more information, visit www.nofanh.org