Co+op Kitchen Cooking Videos

Great Food - Coop Kitchen

coop kitchen_bannerLike the yellow brick road in the movie classic, the path to healthier living isn't always easy to travel. While a new world of foods and flavors lies beyond pre-packaged and oftentimes overly processed foods, starting any new journey can be a little daunting. Your Co-op is hoping to make it easier with the new video series, Co+op Kitchen. Designed to demonstrate basic techniques while demystifying some of the ingredients you might find at GreenStar, the series includes information and easy recipes for making delicious meals at home. Co+op Kitchen features step-by-step video instructions and handy hints from chefs and food enthusiasts who love sharing their passion for great food. Where cooking is concerned, there’s no place like home!

Co+op Kitchen

Orange Wakame Salad: Co+op Kitchen


Orange Wakame Salad: Co+op Kitchen
Pan Sauces: Co+op Kitchen
Pan Sauces: Co+op Kitchen
285 sec.
Views: 1054
Autumn Wheatberry Salad: Co+op Kitchen
Quarter a Chicken: Co+op Kitchen
Quarter a Chicken: Co+op Kitchen
275 sec.
Views: 348

Sautéing and Pan Flipping: Co+op Kitchen
Quick Cooking Legumes: Co+op Kitchen
Blanch and Freeze Fresh Vegetables: Co+op Kitchen
Common Knife Cuts: Co+op Kitchen
Common Knife Cuts: Co+op Kitchen
232 sec.
Views: 1797

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