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Thu, Mar 25, 2021

7:30 PM – 9:00 PM (GMT+1)

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The book Mindfoodness was written by a pair of young students from the IE Community, Niklas Hess and Sarah Sánchez, with the goal of making a difference in these extremely challenging times. Not only does it include 80+ delicious recipes, but it intends to support the mental wellbeing of the reader in an enjoyable and unintrusive way.

Have you ever thought about the benefits that the process of cooking can bring to you?

Mindfoodness addresses this question by showing how the process of cooking can be used as a self-therapeutic method. It includes both the explanation of the self-therapeutic methodology and the corresponding recipes, so you can start embarking on a journey to a happier and healthier life while enjoying some seriously delicious dishes. 

Join the creators, Niklas and Sarah, as they lead us through an interactive virtual cooking session where we will learn that cooking and mental health go hand in hand. 
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Sarah Sánchez



Sarah Sánchez is the co-founder of Minfoodness and currently a 5th years BBA-LLB student at IE University. She is on a mission to show that cooking goes beyond the process of simply preparing food. Drawing from the latest research and psychological understanding of how cooking can affect our mental health, she has co-authored a simple-to-use cookbook and guide for people to use as a tool to elevate their happiness, well-being, and health.

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Niklas Hess



Niklas Hess is the co-founder and co-creator of Mindfoodness. His mission is to address the question of "the benefits that cooking can bring" as a self-therapeutic method. He is also a 5th year BBA-LLB from the IE Community, who wishes to make cooking easy, practical, and a catalyst to embark on a journey to a happier and healthier lifestyle. 



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