Cooking Corner Club Members

Brussels Sprout Mania

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Mini Course

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About Brussels Sprout Mania

Brussels sprouts are probably one of the most hated vegetables, but it doesn’t have to be that way!  Most of the unpleasant taste and smell comes from improper cooking!  The fact is Brussels sprouts are some of the most nutritional vegetables we can eat.  They are high in fiber, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, and help reduce inflammation, maintain healthy cholesterol levels, and balance blood sugar.  They can be eaten raw, sauteed, steamed, or roasted.  This course will help you select, store, prepare, and cook Brussels sprouts for maximum flavor and nutritional benefits. 

Module Content

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Cooking Corner Club Members Brussels Sprout Mania Replay

Video replay of October 29, 2020 live virtual class.

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Cooking Corner Club Members Brussels Sprout Mania General Information

This section contains general information about Brussels sprouts including nutrition, selection, and preparation.

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Cooking Corner Club Members Brussels Sprout Mania Recipes

This section contains recipes using Brussels sprouts in a variety of ways.

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Cooking Corner Club Members Brussels Sprout Mania Supplemental Videos

This section contains videos showcasing techniques and recipes found in this course.  

About the Teacher

Mrs. Dornberg

Cheryl Dornberg, NBC-HWC, is a national board-certified health & wellness coach and culinary nutrition expert who is passionate about using the power of food to achieve optimal health and increase longevity. She specializes in motivating and empowering individuals to create sustainable & consistent dietary and lifestyle habits that support the management and prevention of chronic health conditions, increase longevity, and improve overall quality of life.

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  1. Hi. You asked for suggestions for future classes: parsnips, rutabaga, carrots, spinach, turnips, sweet potato, fennel plus anti-inflammatory food options. I am unable to attend the cauliflower class Thurs morning, but will catch it later. Thanks. Kathie Farris

    1. Thanks for the suggestions, Kathie! Right now I am thinking I will do some generalized topics to finish out the year like stocking a healthy pantry, healthy cooking techniques, kitchen equipment, healthy swaps, etc. It seems like a lot of questions are coming in on those basic concepts. Then I can get a schedule of topics in place for 2021 with maybe a theme each month like anti-inflammatory, blood sugar balancing, gut health, etc. Will miss you Thursday! If you have any questions/comments on the replay just share it in the comment section!

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