Healthy Living Action Group offers healthy cooking demo
Sedalia, Missouri, Nov. 8, 2017 — The Sedalia Healthy Living Action Group will host a healthy cooking demonstration on Thursday, Nov. 16, as part of its Moving 101 community health and wellness initiative. The free event will be from 6:30-7:30 p.m. at Smith Cotton High School’s Family & Consumer Sciences room.
Sandra and Chris Fisher of SC Fuel in Sedalia will make a chicken fajita soup for the demonstration. SC Fuel, 217 S. Ohio, buys fresh food and prepares it weekly, weighing proteins and carbohydrates for exact portioned meals. Customers can order any combination or number of meals per week for carry-out. The menu changes each week with three new entrée items.
“We’re looking forward to participating in the Moving 101 event,” said Chris Fisher. “Our whole focus at SC Fuel is making simple, clean food that tastes good. Just because food is healthy, it doesn’t mean it won’t taste good.
“This is a great opportunity for anyone who is interested in learning to plan and prepare healthy meals,” said Melissa Boeschen, community outreach coordinator at Bothwell Regional Health Center (BRHC) and chair of the Healthy Living Action Group. “This is a passion for Sandra and Chris and we’re excited to have them share their expertise with the community.”
All the Moving 101 activities are free and open to the public. Information about Moving 101 and other Healthy U activities can be found at facebook.com/HUPettisCounty. Healthy U is a project of the Healthy Living Action Group, which includes BRHC, Katy Trail Community Health, Pettis County Health Center, Boys and Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri, and University of Missouri Extension.