Slow Talk - How to buy and cook good, clean and fair in Brussels
WE ARE SOLD OUT!
Our younger colleagues from Slow Food Youth Network Brussels are organizing the next Slow Talk on 15 March 2016, from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. at Recyclart.
This edition will focus on how to buy and cook good, clean and fair in Brussels.
The event will be divided into two parts: theoretical and practical. The first session will feature speakers who will tell the participants about different local initiatives and organizations helping us to buy closer to our home and joining producers and customers. We have confirmation of the following speakers:
Ben Bramich, founder of Cirkle
Aurélie Labarge, responsible for 'La Ruche qui dit Oui' in Forest (Brussels)
Géry Brusselmans, project leader Tartine Et Boterham
The second session will be divided into two workshops taking place at the same time (the participants will split into two groups and will switch after 30 minutes).
Claudia Kaiser, from Metabolance, leading the first workshop will let us taste differences between the industrial and the real products (pasteurised milk vs raw milk, cube broth vs broth cooked on the bones, etc.) and she will explain their nutritional value.
For the second workshop, we’ve invited Worms asbl to talk about composting, demonstrate how to do it at home and explain different methods and composting possibilities in Brussels. The audience will have the opportunity to ask questions during both sessions.
Address: We'll be hosted by Recyclart - Ursulinenstraat 25, 1000 Brussel
Fee: The entrance is free!
Registration: Registration is obligatory and limited to 50. WE ARE SOLD OUT!