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You and Your Stress

Season 2 Episode 204 | 26m 46s

Work, family obligations, the news, climate change and daily life stress has left us feeling completely frazzled and takes a toll on our wellness. Can you cook to eliminate stress? Nope. But you can cook to manage it, and come out the other side feeling calm and serene. Recipes include creamy millet chowder, tofu vegetable rolls and apple streusel tart.

Aired: 01/03/21
Distributed nationally by American Public Television
Extras
Christina cooks with an instinctive chef who to creates luscious meals for each customer.
Eating like an Italian is holding a deep respect for food and tradition.
Christina meets a chef who adapts Italian dishes to be healthier and kinder to the planet.
Call it tomato sauce or gravy, why is this dish so important to the Italian culture?
What is Italy doing for sustainability?
How can we manage stress when stress is a part of life? Italians have a clue.
Christina meets a former New York police officer who has landed in a small town in Italy
Christina travels to an ancient town in Tuscany that has produced chestnuts for centuries.
Choosing more plant and less animal food intake is our best shot at making a difference.
Can kale save the planet? What is green living and why should we live that way?
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Christina meets a chef who adapts Italian dishes to be healthier and kinder to the planet.
Call it tomato sauce or gravy, why is this dish so important to the Italian culture?
What is Italy doing for sustainability?
Christina travels to an ancient town in Tuscany that has produced chestnuts for centuries.
Christina meets a former New York police officer who has landed in a small town in Italy
Eating like an Italian is holding a deep respect for food and tradition.
Choosing more plant and less animal food intake is our best shot at making a difference.
Can kale save the planet? What is green living and why should we live that way?
How can we adapt our lifestyles to step a little lighter on our planet?
In a home kitchen in Tuscany, Christina creates a luscious meal with her friend Sandro.