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vegetarian workshop

Learn and be inspired in the vegetarian workshop

29 June, 2013
Being a vegetarian not only means you can reduce your meat consumption and eco-footprint but also adopt a healthy diet for yourself. The Canberra Environment Centre’s vegetarian cooking workshop present an opportunity for vegetarians and those looking to make the switch to share ideas and learn more skills and knowledge and look for cooking inspirations.

Where: ANU Food Co-op Shop and Café, 3 Kingsley Street, Canberra ACT.
When: 3pm – 4:30pm, Saturday 29 June, 2013.
Cost: $15 or $10 for concessions / Carbon Challenge participants.
Booking: Essential due to limited places. Email workshops@ecoaction.com.au or phone (02) 6248 0885
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Native foods

Twisted tucker- Sunday roast with an Indigenous twist

June 23, 2013

Outback Chef Jude Mayall is teaming up with Sustainable Table to bring a taste of Aboriginal culture to your life and kitchen. Learn how to create a range of native, palatable delights, mix drinks with Australian botanicals and grow indigenous edible plants in your own backyard while indulging in a two-course seasonal lunch at the Merri Table Cafe. The day includes a native edibles talk and tour, lunch and canapes, a cooking demonstration, three matched alcoholic beverages and some native seedlings to take home and enjoy. Vegan and vegetarian friendly. Gluten free options available.

Where: The Merri Table, CERES, Cnr Roberts and Stewarts Streets, East Brunswick, Vic.
When: Sunday June 23, 2013.
Cost: $110. For a limited time only, get 10% off on group bookings of 4 or more.
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Perfect Potion

Perfect Potion Workshops

Wednesday 13 March - Wednesday 19 June, 2013
Rita Balshaw, the store manager at Perfect Potion's Bondi branch, is running workshops suitable for anyone who is interested in holistic living. Rita, who is celebrating the release of her book Hippies in the City will be traveling to Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane to run workshops on aromatherapy, healthy cooking and DIY skincare.

Where: Brisbane (Albert St shop), Melbourne (Melbourne Central shop), Sydney (Bondi shop)
When: Wed 13 March - Wed 19 June
Cost: $40 per workshop, or attend all three in the area for $100

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Olive Leaf Extract

The olive branch

Wednesday, 17 April 2013

Try a few teaspoons a day of Olive Leaf Extract and you'll notice a significant boost in your immune system - perfect as we come into the cooler months of winter.

Ride on Lunch

Ride on lunch

Monday, 15 April 2013

The Youth Food Movement shares a lesson on the importance of slow, local food within communities with a movable feast on bikes.

Diego Bonetto

The food forager

Tuesday, 9 April 2013

We talk to expert forager Diego Bonetto about finding your own local, wild food.

Love Food Hate Waste

Love Food Hate Waste - Live and Uncut

Monday, April 8, 2013
In NSW, 20% of the food we buy gets wasted, and this wasted food makes up the largest component of our garbage bins. Join Australia's first MasterChef Julie Goodwin, cooking family the Fultons, science communicator Bernie Hobbs, DIY guru Lish Fejer and the 1 Million Women team to celebrate food, cooking and learn how to minimise your food waste!
The event will involve live demonstrations, entertainment, prizes and refreshments, and is completely free to attend!

Where: Parramatta Town Hall
When: 9:00am
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janella-story

Green foodies

Wednesday, 3 April 2013

Top cooks and chefs tell us why they advocate mindful, healthy, sustainable eating.

Breaking the eggs

How to: handmade pasta

Tuesday, 26 March 2013

Slow the pace of a busy kitchen with the meditative power of making fresh pasta by hand.

Dig it. Foraged Degustation

Dig it. Foraged Degustation

Saturday 16 March, 2013
As part of the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival, Justin McPhail and chef Lee Bryant are showcasing their 'bush tucker' skills by putting together a six course vegetarian degustation using ingredients they have foraged from the wild.
Gathered from the Central Victorian forests, the various plants and flowers will contribute to a menu that will display some of the areas indigenous plants and natural produce that the area has to offer, including the small vanilla lily, river mint and manna gum.

Where: Goldmines Hotel, Bendigo
When: 6pm - 10pm
Price: $99
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