Med Mondays on Extension’s Healthy YouTube Channel

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Starting June 4, N.C. Cooperative Extension in Currituck will release weekly short videos with recipes, tips, and tricks on how to transform your diet the Mediterranean way. These videos will be posted on Currituck Extension’s “Healthy” YouTube Channel. A series of seven videos will be produced and can be viewed at your convenience. Mark your calendars and follow @CurrituckCES on Facebook or Twitter to get these videos as they are released. You can also subscribe to the CurrituckCESHealthy YouTube channel to receive a notification when any videos are posted.

For more information about this or other healthy cooking programs offered by N.C. Cooperative Extension in Currituck or Camden Counties please contact Olivia Jones via phone 252-232-2261 or email olivia_jones@ncsu.edu. For a complete listing of cooking and nutrition classes offered, please visit the What’s Cooking? page on the Currituck County site.

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