Alumni Spotlight + Recipe: Shelly Chang

My name is Shelly Chang and I’ve completed both the Natural Chef and Nutrition Consultant programs. I grew up in Vancouver, British Columbia, and moved to the Bay Area for work in 2013. A finance professional by trade, I am accustomed to working in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment. Years of stress and poor eating habits

DIY Kombucha

By Lila Volkas, Nutrition Consultant Alumna + Owner of Kombucha to the People What is Kombucha? Kombucha is the bubbly, sometimes sweet, and tangy drink that has taken over grocery store refrigerators across the country. This trendy beverage has been around for hundreds of years and is made by fermenting tea with sugar using what

Student Spotlight + Recipe: Daryl Dillahunty

My name is Daryl Dillahunty and I am a Nutritional Consultant student. I am originally from Oklahoma City, where I grew up surrounded by Native American culture and cuisine. Watching my Cherokee great grandmother prepare wonderful Native American dishes is where my love for food began and why I decided to become a chef. As

Alumni Spotlight + Recipe: Teresa Wagner

My name is Teresa Wagner and I am a recent graduate of the Nutrition Consultant Program. My initial interest in food and love of cooking came from when I was a teenager and I wanted to become a vegetarian. My mom, not knowing quite what to do with me, took me to a health food

Peanut Butter Zucchini Quick Bread

This easy-to-make quick bread is not only gluten- and grain-free, but it is also high in healthy fats and protein! A perfect nutritious and delicious snack.   Save Print Peanut Butter Zucchini Quick Bread Author: Bauman College Serves: 12   Ingredients 1 cup peanut butter, unsweetened 2 large eggs 1 Tbs vanilla ⅓ cup + 1 tsp coconut

Alumni Spotlight + Recipe: Amanda Salazar

My name is Amanda Salazar and I am a recent Natural Chef Program graduate. My love for food stems from spending time in the kitchen with family. My passion for food combined with life experiences led to a desire for a healthier relationship with food, which brought me to Bauman College. No matter the external

What’s in Season in Winter

In the late fall and winter months, seasonal vegetables can seem sparse and uninteresting after riding the coattails of summer’s avocado and tomato bounty. However, many varieties of satiating root vegetables and antioxidant-rich leafy greens are available, which are perfect for the cold winter months. Here is a handy list* of produce that is in

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