Using Kitchen Scraps - Creative Ways to Reduce Waste
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Sat 24 Jun 2023
;ood waste is a major issue in Australia and contributes significant amounts of carbon to the atmosphere. Learn more from Melissa Rayner
about creative ways to use kitchen scraps to reduce waste. This fun workshop will be held at Clarence Park Community Centre, 74 East Avenue, Black Forest, on Saturday, 24 June 2023, starting from 10.30 am to 12 p
Melissa Rayner, Founder of The Foodprint Experience
, will share with you a range of ideas for how to waste less and how to use food scraps to make yummy dishes, as well as a few cleaning and healthcare products.
The Foodprint Experience[/LINK] is steadily evolving as a social enterprise that creates ethical and sustainable meals with homegrown, hyper-local produce, and native Australian ingredients. In partnership with multiple organisations, The Foodprint Experience provides work experience and employment opportunities to vulnerable and at-risk community members at a city cafe hub. The café has been recognised as a leading food service provider and caterer for environmentally and socially conscious organisations and businesses.
;his workshop is brought to you by the Unley Repair Cafe
with support from the City of Unley. You are invited to come early before the workshop and check out Unley Repair Cafe. You are also invited to bring something in that needs to be repaired and Unley Repair Cafe volunteers will take a look and see what they can do. We have an 80% success rate of giving things a second life!
Please book here
to attend this event. Come and learn about all sorts of ways to use fruits and vegetables to their full capacity. W& #65279
;asting less is good for the planet and saves you money. Please bring your own small jar to take home some used coffee grind body scrub.
!date 24/06/2023 -- 24/06/2023
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