- Start: Sat, 25 May 10:30am
- End: Sat, 25 May 12:30pm
Olympic Place, Auckland, New Zealand
We all love food. As a society, we devour countless cooking shows, culinary magazines and foodie blogs. So how could we possibly be throwing nearly 50% of it in the trash? Kiwi households throw away 122,547 tonnes of food every year. Do you know how much food your household is contributing to that number? Come and learn how to save your leftovers and reduce on your waste, as we share the skill of using spices to conjure up an easy Indian veg savoury cake. We roast and grind our spices to ensure the most vibrant gourmet flavours. Cardamom, fennel, and fenugreek do more than simply flavour a dish, but can enrich your body and soul when they are sourced and cooked with care.
We will also share some handy tips on how to store your food better so that it lasts longer.
At the end of the class we’ll get to enjoy our dish together.
Free to attend – everyone welcome!
To find out more about Love Food Hate Waste, visit: https://lovefoodhatewaste.co.nz/
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