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the zen of slow cooking

the zen of slow cooking
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Dinner Time

The slow cooker seasoning packs from the zen of slow cooking combine the passions of Makers Meg Barnhart and Jane McKay. The duo head up the Certified B Corporation to streamline dinner prep and improve family time. They also want their all natural seasonings to give back beyond the weeknight dinnertime grind.

Meg was inspired by her son, Doug, to find a way to create employment opportunities for people with developmental disabilities. So the slow- and multi-cooker seasoning packs are packaged by folks like Doug through a partnership with Planet Access Company in Illinois where the seasonings are made. She and Jane also wanted to include underserved communities in their slow-cooking mission. Their Drishti Donation gets people together to cook and enjoy a slow-cooked meal, complete with the cooker.

Meg and Jane are careful about what goes into their seasonings, so the spices are all-natural and most blends don’t have any salt added. A shopping list and easy to follow recipe are on the back of the packs to make it even easier to get a hot and flavorful meal on the table.

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Discovered 10/12/2018

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Small Business Support
Underrepresented Entrepreneur

Maker Story

Dinner Time

The slow cooker seasoning packs from the zen of slow cooking combine the passions of Makers Meg Barnhart and Jane McKay. The duo head up the Certified B Corporation to streamline dinner prep and improve family time. They also want their all natural seasonings to give back beyond the weeknight dinnertime grind.

Meg was inspired by her son, Doug, to find a way to create employment opportunities for people with developmental disabilities. So the slow- and multi-cooker seasoning packs are packaged by folks like Doug through a partnership with Planet Access Company in Illinois where the seasonings are made. She and Jane also wanted to include underserved communities in their slow-cooking mission. Their Drishti Donation gets people together to cook and enjoy a slow-cooked meal, complete with the cooker.

Meg and Jane are careful about what goes into their seasonings, so the spices are all-natural and most blends don’t have any salt added. A shopping list and easy to follow recipe are on the back of the packs to make it even easier to get a hot and flavorful meal on the table.