Welcome to World Food Day! This day has been established to raise awareness of world hunger — and to do something about it.
There are so many ways that we can contribute to efforts around World Food Day, including:
- participation in formal events around Eat Local Feed Global;
- pledging money to a hunger-busting cause (such as The Hunger Project);
- volunteering time tending to a food garden;
- spending time being mindful and appreciative of where our food comes from; and
- ensuring that we are less wasteful in our own households.
Featuring more than 60 of the most popular raw food recipes from my uncooking classes to date, I have priced it to cost around the same as an average cup of Perth coffee, so it’s very affordable.
*** To celebrate the release of Uncooked, I am giving it away to five lucky readers! *** All you need to do is comment on this blog post with your top kitchen waste-saving tip — or, if you don’t have one of those, just tell me why you want my ebook. Do this by 5pm WST on 30 October 2014 to be in the running. This competition is open to commenters worldwide.
As for the winner of my Griffiths Coffee giveaway from my nasturtium caper post: it’s Mar (commenter #7), as selected by the random number generation at Random.org. Congratulations, Mar! I will be in touch to organise delivery of your coffee.
Thanks so much for reading and have a wonderful rest-of-week,
Addendum (3 November 2014): Congratulations to Mar, Jodie, and Dianne, whose excellent waste saving and recycling comments have garnered each of them a copy of Uncooked!