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Healthy Jewish Cooking: A 4-Part Class with Dietician and Chef Micah Siva

Hosted By: The Nosher

In this exclusive new class, join trained chef, registered dietitian and cookbook author Micah Siva in exploring health and nutrition through a Jewish lens.

This four-part series will focus on nutrition hot-topics through interactive learning, recipe demonstrations and ingredient modifications, and it will provide you with expert insight into topics such as: managing blood sugars, incorporating more vegetables into your diet, the importance of fiber, reducing sodium and navigating holiday meals.

Before each class, you’ll get to help Micah choose dishes to modify and then you’ll get expert feedback in the next class, along with a series of guidelines to help you plan recipes throughout your week — and the Jewish calendar.

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to learn about both nutrition and Jewish cooking in the same course!


Micah Siva

Micah Siva is a trained chef, Registered Dietitian, recipe writer, food photographer, and Jewish cook. Her love for food began in her grandmother’s kitchen, where she learned about the importance of food in celebrating holidays, bringing family together, and keeping traditions alive. She strives to modernize the foods she grew up on, adding her own unique spin on everything from matzah balls to latkes. Through her personal blog, NutritionxKitchen ( www.nutritionxkitchen.com), she shares delicious, plant-forward recipes that are chef-created, dietitian-approved, and guaranteed delicious.
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