It’s on again! Our November Food for Change Challenge! Join a global effort to reduce climate change by eating less meat and more legumes, nuts and seeds.
You are invited to take up the Slow Food Food for Change challenge this November and join Slow Food Hunter Valley in a global effort to reduce climate change. New research published in the science journal Naturereports that Western nations need to eat much less meat and more legumes, nuts and seeds to slow global temperature increases.
To entice you to take up the challenge we are looking for three winners who will receive a copy of the new DK cookbook Power Pulses by Tami Hardeman. Winning entries will be chosen for taste, creativity and maximum use of the ingredients. Our grand prize winner will also receive a meal for up to 4 people at Estabar Café in Newcastle, NSW.
Winners will be announced at Slow Food’s Terra Madre Day celebration on Thursday, December 6th at 6.30pm at The Levee, Central Maitland.
This initiative is part of the international Slow Food Food for Change campaign. A study published in the science journal Nature last month, reported that efforts to reduce global warming must include adopting a more vegetarian diet (see citation in this article https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2018/oct/10/huge-reduction-in-meat-eating-essential-to-avoid-climate-breakdown).
THANK YOU TO OUR PARTNERS: ORGANIC FEAST, EAST MAITLAND, and ESTABAR CAFÉ in NEWCASTLE!
IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE CALL Amorelle, SLOW FOOD HUNTER VALLEY LEADER ON 0427 548 886 OR EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org