since June 2013
Serving cities and surrounding areas of
| Mountain Home, Yellville, Eureka Springs, Fayetteville, Northwest and parts
of Southern Missouri
Favorite Low-fat Vegan Recipe:
Ginger Asian Noodles
Food for Life Instructor Lindsey Hardin
Lindsey Hardin graduated as a trained chef from The Natural Epicurean Academy of Culinary Arts. She first learned she had a talent for cooking when she was a newlywed and has been teaching healthy cooking classes for over 8 years. Lindsey soon realized that if she was going to be in the kitchen creating tasty meals and eating them, she better make it healthful! Lindsey has helped her community and her family take back their health and bond through a healthy lifestyle.
Why did you become a Food for Life instructor?
"I love being a Food for Life instructor because it gives me the opportunity to watch people grow, learn, and heal. We have a great time in class, and my groups become like little families."
Here is what class attendees are saying…
“I made roasted red pepper hummus for the first time-- I did not know I could make such wonderful food! Thanks to Lindsey and Food for Life Classes. These classes gave me the courage to try new things, gave me confidence that I can make good wholesome food, identify good food and make whole foods taste yummy.”
-C.T., Shay’s Ultimate Home in Mountain Home, AR
"Going to a healthy cooking class is like having a meal in a fancy restaurant. I was able to learn new different food languages like "quinoa" Well, I didn't know about quinoa, we don't have it in the Philippines. I also made my first chickpea salad with orange miso dressing. And I will tell you I cooked quinoa perfectly for the first time...Thank you Lindsey! I am in love with quinoa now, can't wait to have quinoa breakfast real soon."
-F.M., Shay’s Ultimate Home in Mountain Home, AR