Eating Your Way to Strong Bones Dec 3

Goat Cheese and Vegetable Quiche

Sunday, December 3; 10:30AM-2PM; Amherst, MA

Hands on Organic Farm to Table Cooking Class

Approved for 3 CPEU, Continuing Ed Credits for Dietitians for CPE level 1 & 2

An adequate supply of calcium is necessary to build and maintain strong, healthy bones. Of course, many simple and delicious foods supply this essential mineral – beans, leafy greens, soy foods, sea vegetables, nuts, seeds and a few special grains. Yet some foods increase our calcium needs and others inhibit its uptake, while others actually steal it from our teeth and bones. To cut through calcium confusion and discover delicious ways to nourish your bones, join Leslie Cerier for this fun and informative hands on vegetarian cooking class. You will learn:

• Foods to eat and foods to avoid
• How to make creamy sauces without a speck of dairy
• Mix and match grains , beans and vegetables for maximum calcium absorption
• Add organic fresh and dried spices
• Creative Cooking with Sea Vegetables and More

Cost per class is $75, paid in advance to Leslie Cerier or $100 at the door if there is room. For more information, please email Leslie: or call Leslie on her landline: 413-259-1695; no Texts

To register, please make your check out to Leslie Cerier and mail to

Leslie Cerier
58 Schoolhouse Road
Amherst, MA 01002

Be sure to include your name, and names of others you are registering along with your email(s) and phone # (s).  Directions to the class will be emailed to you upon receipt of your check. Thanks very much!

Coming from out of town, please email Leslie to reserve your organic B&B room:

Greens Stir Fry with Goji Berries and Cashews

Photos by Tracey Eller

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