Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) August 4, 2008
Will kids going off to college or their own apartment and live on fast food and frappacinos? Here's a great send-off resource that will help put worries to rest. The First Kitchen DVD, along with the website, now offers downloadable, affordable chapters, at http://www.firstkitchencooks.com. A great resource for those finding themselves in the kitchen for the first time- even those with zero cooking skills.
It features step-by-step techniques for good-tasting, healthy recipes that can increase young adults' self-reliance, benefit their health and save them money too! Designed by two college-age women who started with little cooking experience, with added technical support from an experienced registered dietitian, First Kitchen features simple, flexible cooking principles and ideas to help young adults cook easily, healthfully, frugally and have fun doing it.
First Kitchen also features health and safety tips - like how to keep your food and fingers safe; printable recipes (tasty and super easy); equipment must haves plus wish list (a good printout for gift ideas!). Also included are tips for navigating the grocery store and reading food labels.
A recent University of Minnesota study showed that young adults who create their own meals are more likely to eat healthier than those who do not.
Eating at home means consuming fewer calories, helping to avoid weight gain. What is the number one reason why young adults don't cook? They simply don't know how. First Kitchen offers a fun interactive solution.
So, whether they're in a dorm or their own living space, young adults will find plenty they like at First Kitchen. To preview and order First Kitchen, go to http://www.firstkitchencooks.com. Download lessons now or order the DVD for $15.95 plus shipping and handling.