Win Big, Give a Little with eCreamery

Miraculous Experimentation, Plant Based Medicine, and a Loom with a View


Win Big, Give a Little

eCreamery is partnering with Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Midlands for January’s feature flavor, Big Swirl, Little Crunch. The delicious vanilla base with peanut butter cups, chocolate covered waffle cone pieces, and fudge is made all the sweeter with both a chance to win and a chance to support BBBS of the Midlands. Take a photo enjoying this month’s signature flavor, or any of eCreamery’s creative concoctions, and post it to your favorite social media account with the hashtag #BigDeliciousMoment. Tag Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Midlands and eCreamery, (@bbbsmidlands and @ecreamery on twitter) and you are entered into a weekly drawing for $10 announced every Friday. On January 21, a portion of the day’s proceeds will be donated to BBBS Midlands.

eCreamery and Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Midlands

5001 Underwood Ave or online at https://www.ecreamery.com/

Let Food Be Thy Medicine

Nebraska Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics is hosting a workshop on Tuesday January 12 from 5-7:30. “Therapeutic Use of the Vegan Diet in Chronic Disease” is led by a registered dietician, and will focus on the impact of a plant based diet on health. Registration for the interactive workshop is due January 10, and registration fees include the cost of your meal. Pending approval for CPE and LMNT credits.

Methodist Estabrook Cancer Center Auditorium – 8303 Dodge

Register at http://www.eventbrite.com/e/therapeutic-use-of-the-vegan-diet-in-chronic-disease-tickets-19900291307?aff=ebrowse

A Little Dancing Loom

House of Loom has dedicated its Sunday nights & classic wood floors to all things salsa, bachata, merengue, cha-cha-cha, pachanga & guaguanco. An education in motion goes well with any of the craft cocktails Loom is known for, and the all-levels welcome, no-partner-needed salsa starts at 7:30. Put your weekend to bed with a bang at Loom.

House of Loom

1012 S 10th st

Flavor Tripping

This Christmas, I was gifted a packet of MBerry miracle fruit tablets. Made from fruit extract, the tablets alter your taste receptors in such a way that all things sour taste sweet. Do you have any experience with Miracle Fruit or MBerry tablets? Email Crumbs@TheReader.Com with your stories and tips on what to try! Stay tuned to The Reader for a follow up and to see your comments.


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