Food waste

Sharri Lembryk

The Dumpster Diaries

Tuesday, 17 February 2015

Brave student Sharri Lembryk discovers the true meaning of the 'waste not, want not' mantra while dumpster diving.

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Annabel's arancini

Wednesday, 18 September 2013

If you’ve made the Saffron Spinach Risotto from the current issue of Green Lifestyle, here’s a delicious leftover makeover recipe for it or any other leftover risotto dish. Annabel's recipe shows that making arancini is easier than you think.

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Trialling the Thermomix

Tuesday, 10 September 2013

Caitlin Howlett tested this fancy (and very pricey!) device for a few weeks to see if it hits the ‘eco’ mark.

Food Wise

Be food wise on the World Environment Day

5 June, 2013
Celebrated every year on 5 June, the theme of this year’s global awareness day is ‘think, eat, save’, which highlights anti-food waste and food loss; an important issue considering that 1.3 billion tonnes of food is wasted every year, while one in seven people in the world go hungry. This year, founder of DoSomething! Jon Dee urges us to be food wise and rethink our consumption behaviour as $8 billion worth of foods are thrown out from Aussie households and 4 million tonnes go into landfill. Learn more about our impacts on the environment and how we can contribute to a healthier and more sustainable planet from the Food Wise website.

When: Wednesday 5 June, 2013.
Click here for more information.

Worms

Workshop- How to build a worm tower

May 21, 2013

How would you like to improve the quality of your soil and the yield of your veggie patch, while also reducing kitchen waste? With the help of some wriggly little friends, all of this is possible! The Canberra Environment Centre is running a practical workshop teaching people how to build a worm tower in their own backyards, as part of the Sustain Ability Workshop series- an initiative engaging local presenters to share their wisdom and skills with the wider community. Come along and learn how to create what would be a beneficial addition to any garden garden, out of materials that you probably already have at home.

Where: Canberra Environment Centre, corner of Lennox Crossing and Lawson Crescent, Canberra.
When: 6pm-7pm, Tuesday, May 21, 2013.
Cost: $15 (or $10 for Carbon Challenge participants).
Places are limited. To book, call 6248 0885 or email at workshops@ecoaction.com.au.

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Studying ethically

Monday, 18 February 2013

Final-year english and creative writing student Yasmin Talavera shares the tips she's learnt to become a more ethical student.

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Talking produce with Matt Stone

Tuesday, 4 December 2012

He's the talented head chef of Perth's Greenhouse by Joost restaurant, and when it comes to eating sustainably, has plenty of opinion. Read on for the edible ethics of Matt Stone.

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Eating locally with Jared Ingersoll

Tuesday, 4 December 2012

The clever Jared Ingersoll from Danks Street Depot talks to us about his food philosophy of local, seasonal and organic food, and how you can support good Aussie food producers.

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Wisdom to respect food with Spencer Guthrie

Tuesday, 4 December 2012

Troy Spencer & Oliver Guthrie are two chefs who truly respect the food they grow, source, eat and serve at their restaurant, Spencer Guthrie. Prep yourself to hear their good food wisdom.

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