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Jovial Partners With Healing Meals

Jovial Partners With Healing Meals

We are firm believers that food heals, and we are very proud to give our support to a Connecticut non-profit organization that helps families in need. Healing Meals Community Project prepares and delivers organic meals at no charge to families experiencing a medical crisis. What we love about this organization is that they also engage youth volunteers to prep, cook, package, and deliver the meals, even if they’ve never had cooking experience.

Carla met Healing Meals Executive Director, Sarah Leathers, back in January to hear more about the organization’s mission and brainstorm about how jovial could get involved. She loved to learn that all meals are 100% organic and that they are provided for the whole family for an 8-week period during difficult times, with the majority of families going through cancer treatment. This week, we donated a six-month supply of jovial beans, tomatoes, and gluten free brown rice pasta, which will be used by the Healing Meals kitchen. All of us at jovial felt so good seeing the shipment leave the warehouse, believing wholeheartedly that it is such an awesome gift to be able to extend love and compassion with nourishing food.

 

 

 

2 Responses to Jovial Partners With Healing Meals

  1. Calani Herasemluk says:

    Hi! Good morning! My name is Calani. I live in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. I am so thrilled to be able to experiment with your Einkorn flour! I even found a source for Einkorn Pasta – I ordered 12 boxes of Fussili, 12 boxes of Spaghetti, 12 bags of the All Purpose Einkorn Flour and 7 boxes of Einkorn Cookies! My life is complete – I can have pasta again and all is well in the world! I have had success with some bread recipes but some of the bread will colapse on the top. The bread is very hard so not edible. I have found that if I go by the WEIGHTS suggested I do not have good results at all. Am wondering if this is typical. I have watched quite a few You-tube videos for Jovial Einkorn baking and you always use your scale to measure with. Rather than continuing to try recipes in your amazing cook book and getting poor results, I thought I would ask you if it’s better to weigh or measure. They are not the same – if I weigh the flour it is different than if I measure it. I hope I have explained this clearly enough. Thank you so very much for everything Jovial!

    • jovial says:

      Glad you have found einkorn. If you are baking with a scale and using the recipes on our site and following the exact measurements, the bread should not come out as you described. I would recommend you purchase Carla’s cookbook.

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