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Spending an hour online with Liza Baker was like a breath of fresh air during quarantine monotony. I hung on every word she said as she facilitated a thought provoking discussion on lifestyle choices for our company. She approaches life from a relatable perspective that leaves her audience asking questions. I am looking forward to the next session and in the meantime, am happily incorporating clean eating into my everyday life.
Liza conducted a St. Patrick’s Day-themed cooking workshop for our church’s (virtual) Memory Cafe for people living with brain changes and their care partners. Her tech set-up worked flawlessly—the sound was loud and clear, and we could see her well, just like HGTV. Liza was engaging: while she was cooking, she shared anecdotes about the foods she was using and their health benefits. She was awesome!
The Fl!p Your K!tchen® presentation had something for everyone. Whether they were an experienced cook and nutritionist or a rank beginner who hated being in the kitchen, everyone enjoyed the practical and riveting instruction.
I LOVE HER! She is so engaging and helpful—not the same ol’ packaged class!
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In 2022, join me for 2 virtual workshops each month:
First Sunday of the month, 10am–12pm ET
First Wednesday of the month, 9–10am ET
Can’t make it? Replays are provided.