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Open Forum => Bauman College Welcomes You => Topic started by: Karen Rotstein on June 27, 2006, 07:41:54 PM

Title: Bauman College Welcomes You
Post by: Karen Rotstein on June 27, 2006, 07:41:54 PM
Welcome to the New and Improved Bauman College Forums!  We are pleased to announce that we now have forums that are open to the public.  We invite you to join in the wonderful world of nutrition by getting acquainted with others with similar interests.  Share information, insights, ideas and more with a wide community of health-oriented folks.

Please be sure to make use of the Pre-Enrollment Questions forum with specific questions about becoming a Bauman College student.

Don't be shy, get involved today!

Have Fun!

Karen Rotstein
Executive Director
Bauman College
Title: Re: Bauman College Welcomes You
Post by: christinecrespo on May 29, 2018, 11:58:22 PM
Hi, I am Christine Crespo and I am very excited to be here. I hope to read and participate in these exciting topics I see. I answered 2 topics not sure if I sent them correctly.
Title: Re: Bauman College Welcomes You
Post by: tinawood on August 08, 2018, 03:42:25 PM
Hello all!

I am new here, but I am very excited to participate in this forum. I am looking forward to learning from and educating those who have the same passion as I do about our health and well-being through nutrition and lifestyle.
Title: Re: Bauman College Welcomes You
Post by: diannewagner on August 21, 2018, 08:27:30 PM
I have wanted to join this program for years.  Finally did it the day before classes started. No time to over think where will I come up with the time to do this or can I afford this. I just did it. I am so excited that I did.  I am loving the material I am learning from Bauman, but it is scary to read and learn how many issues we have in the food supply.  The more I learn the harder it is to shop and eat.  I expected to learn cool stuff about how to fuel my body and those of my clients but I am surprised by the hidden agenda of the food industry to hide the way they are poisoning each of us in a slow diet changes.    Am I alone here?? Anyone else shocked by the hidden GMO secrets and medical issues developed by our food supply?
Title: Re: Bauman College Welcomes You
Post by: sharonjones on May 08, 2019, 10:04:38 PM
HI my name is Sharon Jones, I am so excited to finally be studying nutrition from a holistic approach. There is so much information out there, some say one thing and others say something different, it can become confusing.  It will be nice to discuss and learn from like minded people.
I have a question:  Does anyone have a good recipe for cauliflower greens?
I have a funny story to share from many years ago.  I am originally form  a big city, and i moved to a small country city that grows many different varieties of vegetables.  When i seen this as i rode around the city, i thought this is great I never have to buy vegetables again.... one day as i was riding around exploring the city i spotted what i thought were collard greens, it was new years eve and i always cook them that night., so i pulled over not knowing that i was not allowed to pick them and i picked soooo many, i cooked them just as i normally do, everyone who tasted them exclaimed how Delicious they were (thinking they were collard greens)   I learned much later that collard greens are not the tops of cauliflower  (lol i reasoned that like stores throw away the greens from turnips they were doing the same with the greens from cauliflower) so if anyone did not know you can eat these greens  and they are very tasty.
Title: Re: Bauman College Welcomes You
Post by: sharonjones on May 08, 2019, 10:30:22 PM
HI my name is Sharon Jones, I am so excited to finally be studying nutrition from a holistic approach. There is so much information out there, some say one thing and others say something different, it can become confusing.  It will be nice to discuss and learn from like minded people.
I have a question:  Does anyone have a good recipe for cauliflower greens?
I have a funny story to share from many years ago.  I am originally from  a big city, and I moved to a small country city that grows many different varieties of vegetables.  When I seen this as I rode around the city, I thought this is great I never have to buy vegetables again.... one day as I was riding around exploring the city I spotted what I thought were collard greens, it was new years eve and I always cook them that night, so i pulled over not knowing that this was prohibited, I picked them and  I picked more than a few. I cooked them just as I normally do, everyone who tasted them exclaimed how Delicious they were (thinking they were collard greens).   I learned much later that collard greens are not the tops of cauliflower  (LOL... I reasoned that like stores throw away the greens from turnips they were doing the same with the greens from cauliflower) so if anyone did not know you can eat these greens  and they are very tasty.
https://articles.earthlingshandbook.org/2011/10/11/cauliflower-leaves-are-edible/
Title: Re: Bauman College Welcomes You
Post by: Laura Knoff on May 22, 2019, 06:09:43 PM
Hi Sharon,
Welcome. I hope you are enjoying school and learning how to get and stay healthy with nutrition. It sounds like you already have made a good recipe for cauliflower greens by treating them like collards. They are closely related vegetables of the brassica family. In fact any of the  greens can be prepared by steaming, sautéing with onions, mushrooms and/or fatback (orgainc or pasture raised of course) in soups or stews or by using them as wraps. You can even shred them and make ferment them like you would sauerkraut! Experiment, enjoy and keep us posted on what you discover.
Title: Re: Bauman College Welcomes You
Post by: edwardwilson on June 20, 2019, 03:42:48 AM
Thank you for the warm welcome, Its nice to be here!