‘Edible Homework’ Helps Busy Families

A team at a Vancouver area logistics company gives advice on how to make tasty, affordable meals.

Videos helping busy familes and latchkey kids to cook healthy, quick, affordable meals is just one of the projects created in the Self-Expression and Leadership Program by a group of people from Evolution Fulfillment, a Vancouver area logistics company. According to an article in Delta Optimist, ‘Edible Homework’ is a project pioneered by E.F.  to teach how to have tasty and healthy meals for under $3. Co-creator Iraj Khabazian says more videos are planned.

The team at Evolution Fulfillment has also created projects around clothing drives, nutrition, and helping developmentally disabled children. Watch the first Edible Homework video below.

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  1. These nutritional meals are very helpful to various people. I too was a part of the forum a few years ago and I enjoyed the course to the fullest. I made friends there and learnt many things from the course. These little lessons have helped me a lot even after a few years of the course. The participants try and work for the betterment of the society. I am proud to have been a part of this Landmark family.

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