As a First Food Responder, these trained, licensed home cooks can be part of a diversified network of home cooks who are able to respond “on demand” to an emergency in their own community. They are feeding vulnerable populations including some of America’s estimated 60 million hungry families and their children. Their job includes learning safety protocols required to run a small business from their own home kitchen or a commercial kitchen.
The path to Zero Hunger for America and the world starts in the kitchen of a First Food Responder. With a mission of helping people eat better food they are also helping improve public health, food security and community resiliency.
When delicious, home-cooked food is made with love by neighbors who care, First Food Responders are creating change through food, one meal at a time.
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About the Author
Dr. Joel “Rauch” Rauchwerger Ph.D. is a world expert in stress management, preventative medicine, health and fitness, and mental wellbeing. He has co-produced a video series on 100 medical breakthroughs that have advanced human health, and co- authored 23Ingredient based on 50-years of research. Dr Rauchwerger, former faculty at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas, also served on the medical team that delivered “the boy in the bubble,” born without an immune system. The life story of “bubble boy” who lived in a plastic bubble for 15-years was made into a movie. Dr Rauchwerger resides in Boulder, Colorado.