Food related issues are at the heart of my life's work. I was fortunate to be introduced to nutritionist and cook, Adele Davis, by a friend's mother while still in high school. I followed her lead and gave up processed foods, hydrogenated fats and refined sugar. I was active in the food coop movement, cooking for many years at the Seward Café, a worker owned collective in Minneapolis and eventually opened a restaurant of my own.
Later in life I took up road biking and backpacking and enjoyed figuring out how to eat well and fuel my adventures.
Jenise's Jammers grew out of that and became a favorite of my husband and two stepsons.
The Jammer spread from there to our backpacking and cycling friends. Jenise's Jammers is the result of my goal to see active people eat well. As you might expect anyone who enjoys wholesome foods likes them too.
Jenise in the Community:
Jenise’s Jammers donates monthly to Seattle Bike Works, which is a pretty sweet non-profit that promotes bicycling, donates bicycles to youth, offers “Earn A Bike” classes to kids, and impacts hundreds of youth in the local Seattle area through their camps and community partnerships. Their mission is to promote the bicycle as a vehicle for change to empower youth and build resilient communities.