Reducing food waste at home is quick and easy and can help you save money and make your food go further. We often waste good food because we buy too much, don’t plan our meals, or don’t store our food correctly. In fact, it is estimated that avoidable food waste costs the average Canadian household over $1,300 per year.
The City of Toronto is working with the Rexdale Community Health Centre through the Urban Harvest Community Reduce and Reuse Program to deliver workshops on cooking techniques to reduce food waste in your home. Please join us for an interactive demonstration on how to prepare a tasty minestrone soup using a medley of leftover and surplus vegetables and other food from your refrigerator for Waste Reduction Week 2022. There will be workshops available in-person and virtually on October 20, 2022. Please see below for details for the Virtual Workshop. Please note that you must register in advance to attend.
To register for the Virtual Session please visit the registration page here: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/cooking-workshop-for-food-waste-reduction-vi....
If you are attending virtually, please feel free to follow along with the workshop from home. Please see below for a list of ingredients that will be used in the workshop. You are not required to have these ingredients to participate.
Minestrone Soup Ingredients:
Spices (e.g., basil, sea salt, black pepper)
To register for the In-Person Session instead, please visit the registration page here: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/cooking-workshop-for-food-waste-reduction-in....
Please note that spots are limited. Register today!