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A Season Unapologetic Issue featuring Dyutima Jha

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Features: 60 Pages
Published by: Cooking Green Goodness Magazine
A Look Inside: Your Health & Wellness, In Fitness, Food In Poetry, In Food Photography, Food And Drink (recipes), Veg Corner, Jamaican Food Words & Phrases
Summary
Everyday cooking is about preparing good, wholesome, tasty, varied meals. With every meal we are presented with the opportunity to nourish ourselves and powerfully support our health. When you buy in-season, you also present yourself the opportunity to enjoy foods at their peak in flavour and nutrition. In this issue of Cooking Green Goodness Magazine we celebrate delicious produce in season: strawberry, rhubarb, asparagus, and the juiciness of pineapple. Diana Muresan and Sabine Alphonsine contribute their photography to this section of Food And Drink.

Get a lesson In Food Photography with Dyutima Jha. Through her “food lens” Dyutima shows us how to put our best food forward. 

In this issue of Cooking Green Goodness Magazine we also celebrate mothers. Porsia Tassone, Shanika Graham-White, and Felicia Denise are three beautiful women who share their journey through the joys, laughter, loss, lessons and love that is Motherhood. Shanika shares that in the thick of things she’s learned that motherhood does not require her to be perfect; it just requires her to be present. Motherhood is seeing your heart outside of itself. Although it’s fragile, has many moving parts, and super complicated, it’s the most important thing that you’ll ever have to do as a human being on this earth.