One of the key actions to decrease our carbon footprint is varying our protein sources and consuming local and seasonal products. In partnership with Association ma-terre, we are offering a complete healthy cooking experience.
A 4-hour workshop to explore how to cook in a sustainable manner. This activity is designed to help participants develop a sustainable diet thanks to a visit to a local urban farm, followed by a vegetarian cooking class.
A “glocal” sustainable food workshop where creative recipes and traditional exotic spices will be used to elevate local produce and represent Geneva’s diversity of cultures.
By bringing people of various backgrounds together to exchange, explore and spice up, we ultimately aim at having participants adopt local products in their daily diet.
The workshop will be preceded by a short visit to the on-site urban farm, la Ferme de Budé, to learn about its history, development and importance as ambassador of a sustainable agricultural sector. The produce used in the cooking class will be picked there!
9h30-9h45 Welcome tea/coffee and introduction
9h45-10h45 Guided tour of the ‘Ferme de Budé’ and its market
10h45-11h Vegetable collection
11h-12h Cooking workshop
Split into teams and cook a healthy and sustainable plant-based menu.
Discussion : respective nutritional qualities of local food and exotic products commonly used in international recipes; the importance of fair and sustainable production of «post-colonial» products; food waste.
12h-13h Lunch !
13h-13h30 Collective clean-up and feedback
This workshop is free and open to all 2050Today members personnel.
Participation limited to 15 people per session.
It will be held in English on 16 June 2023, from 9.30am to 1.30pm.