Mentor: Anne-Marie Fryer
Learn about the nutritional needs of your growing child and receive delicious, seasonal, wholesome nutritious menus and recipes on affordable budget so as to encourage children to eat and live healthy. During this four week online course we will explore the nutritious needs for your growing child. Open enrollment.
We will discover how rhythm, simplicity and nourishing activities support a healthy child development. You will find new ways to encourage your child to develop a taste for natural, wholesome foods as well as receive and create delicious, seasonal nutritious menus and recipes that stay within the limits of an affordable budget.
Course comes with downloadable lessons and 50 minute audio lecture
Anne Marie Fryer - audio welcome
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Course Introduction: "May I please have some more of everything?" is a typical question asked in my Kindergarten around our lunch table. Every day we cook a simple, hot delicious meal for the 16 children in our class. Parents are delighted that their children receive beautiful, wholesome meals, bountiful in nutrition, served in a calm, joyous atmosphere. We have designed a weekly lunch and snack menu that varies slightly with the seasons of the year.
It includes nourishing soups, a variety of whole grains, locally grown vegetables and seasonal fruit, beans, eggs from free range chickens, fermented foods, high quality oils and fresh local butter from grass-fed cows. The children are part of the whole process from picking food, cooking, setting the tables and clean up.
Supporting children in creating a healthy relationship with food and nature is one of the most important relationships a child can make. It is the foundation from which they build the rest of their lives.
Below is a short synopsis of the content of the four lessons. I will also consider your different nutritional preferences and dietary ideal, which I value with the utmost respect.
Lesson One discusses the quality and life forces of food. Choosing the very the best, seasonal quality ingredients within an affordable budget.
Lesson Two encourages a healthy relationship with nature and the world, creating a healthy rhythm and nourishing activities at home as well as developing a taste for natural healthy foods.
Lesson Three covers at how to create healthy, balanced meals. We will discuss nourishing soups, grains, vegetables and fruits.
Lesson Four continues how to create healthy balanced meals. We will discuss animal food, beans and dairy, oils, seeds and nuts, seasoning, cultured and fermented foods as well as healthy desserts.
Course goals: The goal of the course is to have participant become more familiar with what nourishes a developing child and some of the most important aspect of wholesome, nutritious meals for children.
About the Mentor: My name is Anne-Marie. I am a Waldorf class and kindergarten teacher, biodynamic farmer, author and nutritional counselor. I have taught nutritional cooking and counseled for 25 years in my homeland Denmark, Europe and the United States.
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