Garden Kitchen Lab

The Garden Kitchen Lab is a backyard-to-table educational program for underserved communities. Our mission is to give youth and their families access to healthy and locally grown food through starting and sustaining food-producing gardens. This hands-on multi-disciplinary program puts the power in the hands of community citizens, so they understand the link between food production, the environment and their health, and take ownership of their nutrition.

Tabouleh.

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You pay attention to what the garden is giving that day or week and you plan ahead. The Garden Kitchen Lab teaches how to grow and how to eat healthy, but it also exposes children to new flavors, smells, it educates the kids palates and encourages them to explore through their senses.

Tabouleh or tabouli is a refreshing, delicious and easy to make salad, and these community children loved being able to prepare it from scratch!

As always, all the cups to eat are made of paper and utensils of bamboo. Everything that the Garden Kitchen Lab uses and discards is 100% compostable.

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