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Resilience

2022-01-13T14:55:07-05:00

Resilience Thriving Under Pressure Caregiving professionals carry a tremendous load in our world today. The pressure health care workers, social service providers and clergy face can only be relieved when resilience is the focus and conscious choices are made that lead towards responsible wholeness. Join us to discover how to thrive under the pressures of caregiving. Let us know what you thought of the presentation by completing the online feedback form. Give Feedback Meet Our Presenter Ivan L. Williams, DMin Director, Adventist Ministerial Association North American Division of Seventh-day [...]

Resilience2022-01-13T14:55:07-05:00

Food and Mood

2021-12-19T20:04:20-05:00

Food and Mood How what we eat affects how we feel Contributed by Maggie Collins, MPH, RDN, CDCES, DipACLM It is estimated that rates of depression among adults in the United States have jumped from 8.5% before the pandemic to a current 32.8%. What can be attributed to this alarming increase? Could it be that besides the emotional toll of the pandemic eating habits also declined during this time? What is the relationship between the foods we eat and how we feel? Does the Bible have anything to say about the connection between lifestyle [...]

Food and Mood2021-12-19T20:04:20-05:00

Holiday Dinner Roast

2021-12-16T15:06:56-05:00

Holiday Dinner Roast By Prea Lindeman Prea won the November 2021 Joy of Eating Club contest with her delicious presentation of this recipe. Print Recipe Wet Ingredients Ingredients Dry Ingredients Ingredients Sweet Cranberry Topping Ingredients Instructions Line a loaf pan with parchment paper and preheat oven to 350. Place all wet ingredients in a blender and blend together. Mix dry ingredients in a large bowl. Add the blended wet ingredients and mix thoroughly. Place [...]

Holiday Dinner Roast2021-12-16T15:06:56-05:00

Plant-full Holiday

2021-11-22T17:52:12-05:00

Celebrating a Plant-full Holiday Season Contributed by Maggie Collins, MPH, RDN, CDCES, DipACLM The holiday season is upon us and with that comes all the special dishes we reserve (or try to) for this time of the year. But how does our body respond to these occasional splurges? Are there plant-based solutions to minimize the extra calories, sugar, fat, and sodium that so easily pile up during the holidays? Does the Bible have anything to say about foods for special occasions? You don’t want to miss our upcoming article discussing these interesting questions. [...]

Plant-full Holiday2021-11-22T17:52:12-05:00

Cranberry Relish

2021-11-18T11:52:28-05:00

Cranberry Relish By Lucia Tiffany, MPH, RN, CLC For more from Lucia, visit The Harvest Cook website. Print Recipe Ingredients Instructions Zest the orange and save the zest. Peel the white off the orange and discard. Cut the orange into quarters. Put the cranberries, ginger, and orange into a food processor till ground up. Turn out into glass dish with cover. Stir in the sugar, cover tightly, and allow to sit in the refrigerator at least overnight. [...]

Cranberry Relish2021-11-18T11:52:28-05:00

Portobello Mushroom Gravy

2021-11-18T11:45:38-05:00

Portobello Mushroom Gravy By Lucia Tiffany, MPH, RN, CLC For more from Lucia, visit The Harvest Cook website. Print Recipe Ingredients Instructions Sauté margarine, mushroom, onion and 1⁄2 tsp salt until brown. Stir in flour and brown the flour. Whisk chicken-style seasoning into a small amount of the water. Add liquids to browned mushroom mixture slowly stirring constantly until smooth. Stir in remaining salt and cook at a low boil until gravy has thickened and reduced slightly. [...]

Portobello Mushroom Gravy2021-11-18T11:45:38-05:00

Pineapple Cranberry Stuffing

2021-11-18T11:23:37-05:00

Pineapple Cranberry Stuffing By Lucia Tiffany, MPH, RN, CLC Print Recipe Ingredients Instructions Sauté mushrooms, celery, onion, margarine and salt until brown and tender, about 10 minutes. In a large bowl combine stuffing, sautéed ingredients, pecans, fruits, and spices. Gradually pour boiling water over stuffing mix, 1⁄2 cup at a time, tossing 3 or 4 times to coat. Set aside about 6 cups of stuffing for the tofu turkey loaf. Spoon remaining stuffing into a shallow baking dish. Cover tightly with foil [...]

Pineapple Cranberry Stuffing2021-11-18T11:23:37-05:00

Easy Tofu Turkey Loaf

2021-11-18T16:31:28-05:00

Easy Tofu Turkey Loaf By Lucia Tiffany, MPH, RN, CLC For more from Lucia, visit The Harvest Cook website. Print Recipe Tofu Loaf Ingredients Pineapple Cranberry Stuffing View Recipe Basting Mixture Ingredients Instructions Mash tofu or mix well with hands. Be sure that all of the lumps are out. Add the salt, oregano and onion and mix well. Place in a large cheesecloth folded into 2-4 layers and wring out all the liquid that [...]

Easy Tofu Turkey Loaf2021-11-18T16:31:28-05:00

Serving Our Veterans

2021-12-14T16:56:45-05:00

Honoring and Serving Our Veterans Join Chaplain Paul Anderson as he shares his expertise and experience to explore ideas for FCNs to minister effectively to the veterans and their families in our congregations and communities. Let us know what you thought of the presentation by completing the online feedback form. Give Feedback Meet Our Presenter Paul Anderson, DMin, CDR,CHC,USN Director, Adventist Chaplaincy Ministries North American Division of Seventh-day Adventists Chaplain Anderson served for 20 years as a U.S. Navy chaplain. Over 26 years of active duty, he was promoted [...]

Serving Our Veterans2021-12-14T16:56:45-05:00

Salt of the Earth

2021-11-10T11:39:49-05:00

The Salt of the Earth: How Much is Safe to Use Contributed by Maggie Collins, MPH, RDN, CDCES, DipACLM Health experts agree that most people consume too much sodium, and that it has been linked to some health problems, especially an increased risk for cardiovascular disease. One study concluded that salt (the main source of sodium in our foods) is associated with almost 10% of deaths related to cardiovascular disease worldwide. With that in mind, is there room to safely use salt at all? Are there healthier salt-substitutes? How can our food taste good [...]

Salt of the Earth2021-11-10T11:39:49-05:00
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