Waste Free Vegan Cooking Workshop
Fantastic local vegan Chef Ayse Moonen (@veganprojects) will take you through this cooking workshop to learn how you can reduce your food waste, save money, cut your carbon emissions + eat more ethically!
Be inspired with some delicious vegan waste-free recipes as part of our 'Climate Community Program', sponsored by the Inner West Council (for residents of the Inner West only).
All donations will be used to create more eco-events in the Inner West to help in building an "Inner West Climate Community" that is resilient, connected, empowered and sustainable.
Food waste is a major global issue that not only impacts the environment but also affects food security and economic stability. In this workshop, we will explore the causes and consequences of food waste, as well as different strategies and solutions to reduce it.
Participants will learn practical skills and knowledge to prevent food waste, such as meal planning, proper food storage, and composting.
Vegan Chef Ayse Moonen (@veganprojects) will demonstrate how to make easy meals by using food scraps. She will also show how to make a delicious vegan cheese with simple ingredients. We will have a taste of everything has been made in the class and discuss the health benefits of plant-based diets and how they contribute to reducing our carbon footprint.
All equipment and ingredients are supplied.
Accessibility: The venue has ramp access, is wheelchair accessible, has an accessible toilet and parking space.
This is a free event, but we would appreciate it if you are able to make a donation to support us to hold more events like this in the future.
Sign up to our Inner West Climate Community Program, via this link here.
We acknowledge that this land area traditionally belonged to the Gadigal + Wangal peoples of the Eora nation, and their nonhuman kin, who have an intrinsic connection to the land and have cared for country for over 60,000 years before colonisation. These are lands of continuous Indigenous reclamation, and resurgence.