I had a great experience transporting food to the EHSEB Feed U pantry. I brought a whole box of apples and restocked multiple canned goods. It might be helpful to bring extra ramen, mac n cheese, peanut butter, cereal, and snacks even if the stock list states zero. These items were completely out and if I'd known I could have brought more from the Feed U pantry.
I transported food and hygiene products to EHSEB. The Feed U Pantry was well stocked, so I was able to transport a good amount of food to EHSEB. Once I transported the food, I took inventory and organized the shelves to make it look nice.
Volunteering with Journey to Health was great! We taught the participants how to read and understand food labels, which is important for improving dietary patterns. The class was very engaged and asked multiple questions. Specifically, I taught them how to shop for fresh produce at the grocery store and to shop in color!
I helped Rachael cut vegetables for the Sugarhouse Clinic Culinary class. Also, I rinsed, drained, and stored quinoa and faro for later use. Lastly, I helped gather cooking supplies and put them in boxes for easy transport.
I had a great experience volunteering with the Culinary Medicine-Sugarhouse Health Clinic. I picked up food necessary for the community class, helped individuals cut ingredients, and worked as a backup player in providing additional help. The participants were very engaged and excited to eat a salad that "actually tasted good". I think this is a great way to help individuals increase their fruit and vegetable intake!
I transported food to HSEB Feed U Pantry, took inventory, and organized shelves. It was a good experience that only took 1 hour out of my day.
I had a great experience volunteering with Culinary Medicine. We were constructed to make a dish from a random assortment of food items and finish in 30 minutes. It was a fun exercise, full of problem-solving, creating, and working together.