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    Alex Balaganov posted a link on 2 June 2014 - 12:56pm.

    Priyatnogo appetita

    Popular site about cooking, materials which can be taught in schools

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    Rianne ten Veen posted a link on 20 March 2011 - 6:07pm.

    The Global Food Swap 2011

    Drawing heavily on the ’Great Food Swap’ [2002] by MP Caroline Lucas [then MEP] and economist Colin Hines. Updated by Rianne ten Veen, the report highlights the the real costs of global trade in food.

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    Workers' Educati... posted a link on 2 June 2010 - 11:40am.

    North Staffordshire Allotments Network

    Information about allotments in North Staffordshire.

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    Workers' Educati... posted a link on 2 June 2010 - 9:34am.

    Change 4 Life

    Eat well. Move more. Live longer.

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    Workers' Educati... posted a link on 2 June 2010 - 9:24am.

    Healthy Start

    Free vouchers which can be swapped for milk, fruit and vegetables. Also free vitamins available.

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    Workers' Educati... posted a link on 1 June 2010 - 1:24pm.

    Reading food labels

    A useful guide to help you understand food labels from www.food.gov.uk

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    Colon Cleanse posted a link on 22 March 2010 - 8:46am.

    Colon Cleanse

    Colon Cleanse

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    Dougald Hine posted a link on 3 March 2009 - 6:08pm.

    How to eat better

    This is a digest (if you'll pardon the pun) of information on the gap between the typical modern Western diet and what our bodies are adapted for. There's certainly a big gap between what I eat and Ran Prieur's recommendations, but there's a lot of food for thought here.

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    Audrey Miller posted a note on 3 February 2009 - 3:39pm.

    Grow your own Food

    Audrey's "Grow Your Own" Blog

    At the risk of sounding smug I am keeping to my New Year resolution to reduce my carbon foot print by eating more food that I grow myself. Despite those sub zero temperatures earlier in January I have with just water, warmth, air and a few jars above the kitchen radiator managed to get a very good crop of sprouting mung, aduki, alfalfa, chick peas and green lentil seeds.

    Adding them to soups, stir fries and salads has proved a really fun way to get at least one of my 'five a day' of very fresh veg.

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    Claire Medcalf posted a link on 22 January 2009 - 10:51am.

    Yummy Yummy - Cooking Classes

    Masterclasses at The Kitchen:

    Knife Skills:

    * Monday 16th February, 7pm - FULL
    * Monday 16th March, 7pm

    The most important element of creating any meal is basic knife skills. The Japanese Knife Company will teach you how to keep your knives razor sharp and learn how to slice and dice like a Michelin Star Chef. You will then create a delicious meal with your new found skills - £55

    Canapes:

    * Monday 26th January, 7pm

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    m m posted a note on 8 January 2009 - 12:23pm.

    Any interest in joining a Stoke Newington/North London food co-operative? (credit crunch times!)

    Hi all,

    Would anyone be interested in getting together a
    group of people to place organic wholesale food
    orders? Many wholesalers will accept a minimum
    order of £400 or so placed by a private group and
    you can get huge savings on pantry items such as
    tinned tomatoes, beans, pasta, oils, grains,
    spices, wine, ecological cleaning products....

    Please email me if you're interested!

    Thanks

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    Stowe Boyd posted a note on 29 November 2008 - 6:18pm.

    Cheesemaking Course

    http://www.teachstreet.com/san-francisco-ca/cheese-making/american-artisan-cheeses-and-microbrews/cl-2ihiu0tsgw

    Says its from slowfoodnation.org, but I can't find it there.

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