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Open to anyone interested in learning and sharing about healthy, plant-centered food choices.  -f  

Wed., Oct.12, 6-7 pm To Oil or Not to Oil, that is the Question: P-B Pgh SOUTH meeting with Naomi Herman.
Sat., Oct.15, 1-2:30 pm Using Seasonal Produce: Recipes & Cooking Demo.
> In-person at Murrysville Community Library, 4130 Sardis Rd.
> via Zoom
(all registrants will receive recipes & recording following the event)

Wed., Oct.19, 7-8 pm A Conversation with Sally Malanga, founder of Ecco Bella plant-based wellness company.
via Zoom REGISTER HERE (all registrants will receive coupon code & recording following the event)

> Our Sept. Eating Mindfully workshop with therapist Kylie Lichtenstein is on the YouTube channel. At the workshop, we mindfully tasted parsley, pistachios, dried cranberries, & grapes, noting the taste & texture of each. Here are RECIPES using these four foods. 
Also, making sourdough bread in an air fryer from Well+Good.

September Community Picnic
An enjoyable, tasty, envigorating afternoon!
> Thank you to everyone who shared their wonderful dishes--here are the RECIPES.
> Thank you to Mahesh Mallikarjun who brought a giant dudi (or lauki or bottle goard) from his garden. We tasted it (much like zucchini) and took big slices home for cooking. 

Stan Beck is planning a potluck at Temple David (4415 Northern Pike Monroeville). Sukkot is the Jewish holiday celebrating yearly harvests. All are invited (stay for dinner only or also attend the holiday service afterward).
Eating Right: 8 Principles of Food & Health by T. Colin Campbell, PhD
#1: Nutrition represents combination of countless food substances--the whole is greater than the sum of parts.
#2: Vitamin supplements are not a panacea for good health.
#3: Virtually no nutrients in animal-based foods are not better provided by plants.
#4: Nutrition plays a critical role in determining which genes, good & bad, are expressed.
#5: Nutrition can greatly control adverse effects of noxious chemicals.
#6: Nutrition that prevents disease in early stages can also halt/reverse it in later stages.
#7: Nutrition that's beneficial for one chronic disease supports health across the board.
#8: Good nutrition creates health in all areas of existence--all are interconnected.

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