Chef Mickael Blancho affectionately known campus as the UCSB quotSoup Guyquot during a cooking demonstration that officially kicked off the Food Nutrition and Basic Skills Program

Chef Mickael Blancho, affectionately known campus as the UCSB "Soup Guy," during a cooking demonstration that officially kicked off the Food, Nutrition and Basic Skills Program.

New program looks to tackle food insecurity at UC Santa Barbara

The new Food, Nutrition and Basic Skills Program teaches students skills from purchasing through cooking.

Subsiding on coffee and ramen noodles does not have to be a right of passage for college students, says Mike Miller, of the University of California Santa Barbara (UCSB). Students can budget, purchase and prepare thoughtful, healthful meals on financial and time constraints, but they need some help. The entire UCSB campus is giving them the help they need through the new Food, Nutrition and Basic Skills Program.  

The program was inspired by the University of California Global F

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