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FON135: Sustainable Cooking – 3 credits

Basic cooking techniques for healthful and enjoyable eating. Emphasis on strategies for maximizing the use of whole, local, and nutrient-dense food while focusing on applying the dietary recommendations for optimal health to food choices. Opportunities to learn about sustainable food living and identifying resources that enable people to be more in control of their food supply. Covers issues of diversity as related to sustainable food systems and equitable access to food.
Prerequisites: None. Note: Laboratory component involves hands-on experience in the college teaching or commercial kitchen and garden (or similar teaching or commercial food operation). Students employed in a farm-to-table or similar operation may complete their hands-on portion under their employer's supervision.

Class# Location Delivery Dates Days Times Instructors Availability
Rio Salado
Online Class
Hybrid : You can start on any Monday between dates:
Fall 2022
  • K. Ballas
6 of 11 Seats Available