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Love Food, Not Waste: Composting & Preserving Demos

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Cut down on your waste
Do you hate seeing good food go to waste? If so, drop into one, or all, of the free sessions being held at Prahran Market on Saturday 31 August 2019 and learn what you can do about it.



Love Food, Not Waste: Composting and Preserving Demonstrations will cover a range of topics on how to preserve food, reduce food waste and make the most of all the wonderful fruit and vegetables that are in season:

11.30am -12.15pm: Composting, bokashi and worm farming Kat Lavers - resident of the award-winning urban permaculture system, 'The Plummery'

12.30pm 1.15pm: 'Preserve my Harvest' demonstration Social Food Project - a social enterprise that hosts a series of sustainable food events designed to connect local communities and bring people together.

1.30pm 2.15pm: Composting, bokashi and worm farming Kat Lavers

2.30pm 3.15pm: 'Preserve my Harvest' demonstration Social Food Project



With Victorian households throwing out 250,000 tonnes of food. each year and costing the average household around $2,200 each year, wouldn't it be great to be able to do something about it?

The sessions will be run at the Omega and Neil Perry Kitchen within the Prahran Market. No need to book, just turn up on the day and bring along any questions you may have.
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Why? Learn to cut down on food waste
When: Saturday 31 August 2019
Phone: (03) 9290 8220
Where: Prahran Market 163 Commercial Rd 3141 South Yarra, Victoria
Cost: Free
Your Comment
It is a shame these practices are not more widespread. The amount of food waste in our society is a disgrace.
by Gayle Beveridge (score: 3|6964) 24 days ago
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