Things are turning up “Green” in Kitchen Classrooms

This week at the Creekside Kitchen Classroom, students in 5th and 6th grade prepared small bites of homemade sauerkraut, sausage and spaetzle.  The sauerkraut was made from cabbage grown in the Creekside Kitchen Garden and was part of an ongoing lesson about the process of food fermentation.

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Food and Kitchen students at Mill Creek prepared and baked zucchini chocolate chip muffins.  The zucchini was grown at Dexter School Gardens and was prepped and frozen by Creekside students this past fall.  Yum!

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