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The latest, Sourdough on the Rise: How to Confidently Make Whole Grain Sourdough Breads at Home (Sasquatch Books) was released October 2019.
The fourth edition of Feeding the Whole Family (over 80,000 copies sold) from Sasquatch Books arrived in 2016. It is fully-revised with 45 new recipes.
A cheerful-looking third edition of
Feeding the Young Athlete: Sports Nutrition Made Easy for Players, Parents and Coaches, was released in 2017 by Seattle publisher Readers to Eaters.
Read more about these books, including links to buying a copy, HERE.
Cynthia was on faculty at Bastyr University from 1994 to 2020 and was the founder of Bastyr’s Bachelor of Science in Nutrition & Culinary Arts degree program.
From 1990 to 2018, she taught for the PCC Cooks program. Her fascination with fermented food paved the way for cooking/lecture demos in 2015 and 2017 for Dr. Weil's Nutrition & Health Conference in Phoenix, Arizona .
Watch her TEDx talk "How to Cut an Onion" HERE to see a primer on slicing up food and life with more attention.
These days, she teaches improvisational theater for Unexpected Productions, and firmly believes everyone can benefit from the listening and adapting skills taught in improv. Enroll!
With a background in acting and an education in nutrition, it was natural to invent the online cooking show Cookus Interruptus, which launched in 2008. In over 175 videos, healthy cooking instruction and the family sit-com genre merge into educational entertainment.
The Cookus YouTube site has 3.6 M views.
Most watched video:
How to Cut Up a Cabbage (go figure).
You might find Cynthia teaching or writing during the day, but at night she performs improvisational theater with Unexpected Productions at the Market Theater or with
The Edge on Bainbridge Island.
Favorite role: Mo in The Kathy and Mo Show at the Velvet Elvis Arts Lounge.