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Monthly Member Ingredient Focus Workshops

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About Monthly Member Ingredient Focus Workshops

Monthly Healthy Ingredient Workshop

This monthly workshop will focus on ONE (or sometimes, two😉) HEALTHY INGREDIENT(s).  In addition to learning WHY that ingredient belongs in a healthy diet, you will learn how to select, prepare, and include it into your everyday cooking!  

A new workshop module will be released monthly in the form of a recorded presentation with plenty of handouts, references, and recipes!  

If you have something you are looking to incorporate into your meals, let me know!  

Module Content

5 Lessons

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This month we will be focusing on not one, but TWO ingredients: Asparagus AND Rhubarb!

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This month we will be focusing on a real SUPERFOOD -- HEMP!!

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This month we will be discussing vinegars -- the varieties available, what to use when, and how to get the maximum health benefits!

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This month we will be discussing vinegars -- the varieties available, what to use when, and how to get the maximum health benefits!

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This month we will be nutritional yeast - what is it, what are its benefits, and how can you use it.

About the Teacher

Mrs. Dornberg

Cheryl Dornberg is the founder, CEO, and operator of Mrs. Dornberg’s Culinary Experience based in Highland, IN. She is a Culinary Nutrition Expert and believes that a healthy lifestyle begins in the kitchen, and every meal that you prepare yourself from fresh, whole ingredients is a step towards a vibrant, energy-filled life.

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  1. I seem to remember you saying once that you can mix ghee with olive oil to raise the smoke point of the olive oil. am I making that up?

    1. Mary – I think what you may be referring to is combining a high-heat oil (like avocado) with butter to help prevent the butter from burning and still provide a buttery taste. Using ghee takes away the need to mix butter and oil. I would NOT use olive oil in high heat cooking even when “cut” with another higher heat fat like ghee. IF you want to cook with olive oil you need to do so over LOW heat for a short period of time (like softening fresh tomatoes for a quick pasta sauce). Hope that helps. If you need more info, let me know! – Cheryl

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