With more meat and meat substitute options than ever before on store shelves, at restaurants, and at local farmers markets, how do we make the right choices for our health, our values, and the planet? Join Carly Feldmeier, of Nurturing through Nature, for a workshop about what it means to be a conscious eater when it comes to meat.
This workshop includes a discussion portion and a hands-on cooking activity. Participants will get to enjoy what they made during the cooking activity and will also go home with a recipe.
The discussion will explore questions like:
- How can meat nourish our bodies?
- How can we choose high-quality meat and what does that look like?
- What are the environmental impacts of different types of meat production?
- What does the intersection of conscious meat consumption for our health and the health of the environment look like?
Join us for a riveting discussion and also a hands-on cooking activity!
About the Instructor
Carly Feldmeier is a holistic nutritionist and personal chef in the Chicago area. She is passionate about creating healthy relationships with medicinal foods and connecting people with the healing power of Nature.
Accessibility note: This workshop will take place on the 2nd floor of our building. There is one flight of stairs to the second floor. This flight of stairs is about 20 steps with railings.
$10 discount for Back of the Yards residents! BOTY residents can email firstname.lastname@example.org for the discount code.