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Free cooking classes for low-income families
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The class will deal with nutrition and preparing food. - photo by Stock photo

Cooking Matters is a six-day cooking course offered to underserved families.

Attendees will learn to cook nutritious and delicious food on a budget, discuss nutrition concepts and work with a nutritionist to prepare meals.

Participants will also take a trip to a grocery store to learn to shop for healthy and affordable food and share ideas for making small changes toward a wellness-driven lifestyle.

Each week, attendees will receive a free bag of groceries. to replicate that day’s lesson and recipe.

This class is intended for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program-eligible families and must be attended by a minimum of one adult and one child, ages 6 and older, per family. Each course is a series six classes over six weeks, and you must attend five of the classes to graduate.

Classes are from 5:30 to 7 p.m. beginning Friday and on July 14, 21 and 28, and Aug. 6 and 11.

They are held at Coastal Heritage Society, 604 W. Jones St., Savannah.

To RSVP, contact Jesse Rosenblum at or 912-651-2338, ext. 218.

— Special to the News

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