The search for a healthy and satisfying snack can be never ending, and while it’s sometimes delicious, other times it can disappoint. Luckily, the ChopChop team has been busy sampling, and we’ve found some of the best new snacks that are sure to satiate your hunger.
At ChopChop, we love to highlight cool kids (and big kids) who are doing exciting work in the food and health world. We talked to Amina Salat, founder and volunteer of Growing Colorado Kids , an organization that encourages Kids to garden and grow food in their own backyards. Amina also volunteers at SAME Café in Denver Colorado where everyone is served, no matter his or her economic status. People pay whatever they can afford. Amina and her family came to the US from Somalia in 2004.
ChopChop: How did you come up with the idea for Growing Colorado Kids?
Sam Talbot is a former contestant on the Bravo TV show Top Chef and author of a new cookbook, The Sweet Life: Diabetes without Boundaries. Sam spoke to ChopChop about his new book, living with diabetes and the work he does to help kids eat healthy!
You were diagnosed with diabetes when you were 11. How has it changed your diet and the way you eat?