Healthy Eating the Mediterranean Way Lunch and Learn

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Eating the Mediterranean way is both satisfying and delicious! Pasquotank Cooperative Extension will be offering two Lunch and Learn Seminars about the health benefits of eating and cooking in a Mediterranean style. Sessions will be held at the Pasquotank Extension Center from 12-1 p.m. on December 6 and December 13. *Bring your lunch and join us to hear about Extension’s Med Instead of Meds Program. The Mediterranean-style eating pattern incorporates the basics of healthy eating that are traditionally practiced in countries that border the Mediterranean Sea. Participants will study the science of eating Mediterranean through a series of videos, handouts and recipes. slide-olive_oilCome and learn 7 simple steps to eating Mediterranean, and enjoy sampling some simple and delicious recipes that were created using these simple steps. Cost is $5 to register, which covers the cost of food supplies for tastings and educational materials. Space is available for 20 participants. To complete your registration, bring or mail your $5 fee to the Pasquotank Extension Center, PO Box 1608, Elizabeth City, NC  27909. Checks should be written to:  Pasquotank County Farm Services.  For more information, contact the Pasquotank Extension Center, 338-3954.