Fresh Thinking for Forgotton Food.



Join Miss Sallie from Miss SalliesCuisine for this FREE 4 part program on food waste . Our aim is to raise awareness of the global food waste

challenge and promote positive ways in which we can all make a real impact at home by becoming mindful and creative .

With a series of 4 workshops we want the community to think about how we can cook and use the foods we often throw away. Its about being creative with left overs and using the whole food where possible.
Each workshop will include cooking a recipe , tips and hacks about keeping food for longer, batch cooking, preserving and rebooting leftovers.

Session 1 The problem of waste and what we can do. Looking at composting and worm farms.

Session 2 Food safety and storage of food. Looking at the correct way to store foods in our fridges/freezers. Ideas for storage.

Session 3 Beeswax wraps and reducing plastic

Session 4 Look at different ways to re-use the top 5 foods wasted in Australia.

New Dates coming soon. Register your Interest

Fresh Thinking for Forgotton Food.

Terms and Conditions of Participation in Online Sessions by Zoom:

12.1. By entering the online Zoom session participants agree to the terms and conditions contained in this document and any other accompanying documents.

12.2. The following Terms and Conditions will be sent to participants in an introductory email.

12.2.1. In response to an emergency situation (such as forced closure due to risk management of a public health emergency / pandemic), South Kingsville Community Centre  is offering enrolled participants the opportunity of virtual classes on the online Zoom platform to help continue social connections with other group members and to enable them to engage in their regular enrolled activity with the tutor instructing.

12.2.2. The Zoom classes are not intended to be at the same quality or level of care as the regular contact classes.

12.2.3. Only enrolled participants are permitted to enter the Zoom sessions.

12.2.4. New participants may be allowed to enrol or enter virtual exercise sessions on completion and return by reply email of an enrolment form.

12.2.5. Participants agree to abide by any reasonable and relevant instructions given by the tutor during the session.

12.2.6. If payment is required, you will be contacted, and details will be provided of how payment may be made.

12.2.7. Join the session at or before the scheduled time. Late comers may not be permitted once the class has started.

12.2.8. Participants will not be allowed to record any of the sessions they participate in due to privacy considerations.

12.2.9. Participants agree to be responsible for checking on the following safety requirements prior to commencing each online session: A designated suitable space for exercising with sufficient clear space for full movement is required. No trip hazards to or from and within designated space (leads, wires, clutter, weights, mats etc.).

12.2.10. For exercise activities: Adequate lighting and ventilation. Adequate and suitable equipment: small weights (or request a loan of weights from SKCC if you do not have suitable weights). A closed-lid drink bottle filled with water for hydration. Non-slip floor surface and if required, a non-slip exercise mat. Suitable exercise attire and non-slip exercise footwear.

12.2.11. Any lifting, pushing, or carrying type task is well within your physical capacity.

12.2.12. Telephone or other communication software and devices are readily available to allow effective communication in an emergency.

12.2.13. Emergency contact numbers (e.g. close relatives, neighbours) and details are known, i.e. 000 for fire, ambulance, or police.

12.3. By entering the online Zoom session, you agree to the terms and conditions and instructions contained in this document and any accompanying documents and you agree to abide by any reasonable and relevant instructions given by the tutor during the session.


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