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Timaree Hagenburger on Making Food that Loves You Back: PYP 164


Timaree-HagenburgerTimaree Hagenburger is a full-time nutrition professor at Cosumnes River College, a professional speaker working in corporate wellness and is a Certified Exercise Physiologist. She discovered plant-based nutrition a few years ago, and hasn't looked back.

Her work focuses on removing the anxiety and “chore-ness” from cooking. By involving the whole family, by choosing old favorites, by giving options, and by starting simple, she helps her students and readers fall in love with food preparation.

She's the author of the beautiful and eminently practical book, The Foodie Bar Way, which contains templates for 32 different whole food, plant-based bars, as well as sample recipes for each bar.

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In our conversation, we covered:

  • her early love of food and science
  • deciding not to take the professional culinary route
  • working with WIC clients and teaching nutrition at community college
  • her first exposure to plant-based nutrition
  • how an RD was able to put aside old prejudices and embrace new science (from nonfat dairy and skinless chicken to whole plant foods)
  • transitioning her family
  • talking with her kids about Cowspiracy
  • “If I could eat at your house, I'd be healthy”
  • inspirational rock lyrics from Cake and Aerosmith
  • the genius of the wedding pasta bar
  • starting with the basics and raising the bar
  • the secret of making everybody happy at meal times
  • the modern obstacles to healthy cooking (no time, no confidence, no money)
  • how to store produce in the refrigerator
  • how to organize the world's easiest and healthiest potlucks
  • reimagining pizza
  • the liberation of not having all the right ingredients
  • how to apply the Foodie Bar Way at restaurants
  • “anxiety and digestion don't mix”
  • why TV cooking shows are a double-edged sword
  • throw out your mistakes (“don't torture someone with vegetables”)
  • and much more…

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Links

Find out more about the Big Change Program

Timaree's site: TheNutritionProfessor.com (including lots of videos for California Bountiful TV)

Cowspiracy the movie

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Cake's “Rock and Roll Lifestyle” – video

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