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Cooking 4 Mental Health – Fundraising Event

February 21 @ 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm

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Crab Timbale with Lemon Avocado and Fingerling Potatoes
Join Chef Walid El-Tawel (@casualsultan @chefs.paradise) as he teaches us modern culinary tips and tricks in composing this satisfying duet of fresh crab and avocado. Perfect for a late lunch, appetizer or a light meal, this vibrant dish will surely be a go-to in your recipe arsenal all year round! Recipe is suitable for all levels of skill and is a fun activity for the entire family.
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Fun Nutritional Facts About this Dish
CRAB IS A GREAT SOURCE OF PROTEIN Crab is one of the best possible dietary sources of protein available. It contains almost as much protein per 100 grammes as meats, without anywhere near the same levels of saturated fat, which is linked to an increased risk of heart disease. The protein in crab is of high quality and because of a lack of connective tissue, very digestible for people of all ages.
CRAB CONTAINS LONG-CHAIN OMEGA-3 FATTY ACIDS Omega-3 helps provide protection from heart disease and aids brain development. Some research suggests that Omega-3 also inhibits aggressive behaviour. Rich in vitamins and minerals, crab meat is also low in fat and contains Omega-3 polyunsaturated acids.
Avocados Are Loaded With Powerful Antioxidants That Can Protect Your Eyes Not only do avocados increase antioxidant absorption from other foods, they are also high in antioxidants themselves.
Avocados Contain More Potassium than Bananas This superfood is a great source of potassium, an vital mineral missing in most diets to
In one cup of avocado slices, you’ll get about 118 micrograms of folate, which is almost a third of what most adults need daily. People who don’t get enough of this B vitamin could be more prone to depression — and less likely to respond well to antidepressants. Folate also plays a role in preventing birth defects, so expectant and new mothers are encouraged to get more.
Avocados give you a good dose of vitamin E , which may help protect against Alzheimer’s disease and slow decline in your memory and thinking skills. This may have to do with vitamin E’s antioxidant properties — it can help fight cell damage caused over time by things like pollution and radiation from the sun.

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