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Food for Thought
Wednesday 27th August
4.00 - 9.00 pm
Friends Meeting House,
Meeting House Lane, Lancaster
£3 (suggested donation, meal included)

Are you concerned about increases in the price of food? What we eat contributes up to a third of the emissions that are poisoning the planet. What can we do to reduce our impact and reduce the cost?

Why not join us for a cookery workshop, where we’ll be making - and eating! - a variety of healthy, tasty and planet friendly food. Discuss and debate ideas surrounding sustainable food such as organics, local and seasonal plant based produce. The workshop will take place in an informal style creating a delicious 3 course meal for all to share.
Participants need basic cooking skills as the focus of the workshop is sustainable eating habits.

Restricted places, booking essential.
To book a place please e-mail info@bicycology.org.uk
Alternatively, call 01524 383012 and leave a message.
Either way, we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.

Workshop Resources
All the printouts and displays we used for the workshop for you to run your own workshop!

Recipes:
Main dish
Aubergine and spinich Lasange
Aubergine, spinich and Lentil, Lasange
Aubergine, spinich and soymince Lasange
Soup and Puddings:
Roasted pepper soup + baked apples
Potato and cabbage soup + blakberry and apple crumble
Courgete soup and sticky surope plumb pudding

Vegan Cooking tips:
Pulses
Soy Products & the Vegan 'Dairy'

Detailed Displays on Food issues
The animal industry
The Cost of Food
Sesonality

Guide to food Labeling
Air Frieght
Fairtrade
Organic
Stockfree
Vegan Society
Vegetarian Society
Welfare

View event details: all events Download the program as a 4.5MB .pdf: program


     
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