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On a latest Saturday afternoon, chicken simmered on the stovetop as a few Hispanic mothers ready a common food.

But instead of cooking the chicken in butter, the females ended up making an attempt a new recipe with coconut oil, added virgin olive oil and vegetable oil.

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They used measuring cups to entire the recipe, which cut down on the heavy use of salt or traditional seasonings superior in sodium. They also made guacamole, rice, chicken soup, salad and a fresh fruit salad with apples, blueberries, strawberries and additional tropical fruits like papayas and mangoes. 

The mothers were finding out the techniques as component of a application for their children by Proyecto RAICES, a extended-standing plan in Akron that has been serving Hispanic/Latin youths from ages 4 to 14 since 1998. The method meets on Saturdays for a incredibly hot meal and activities including cultural retention applications to keep up their Spanish reading and talking expertise, STEM lessons and arts and crafts.