2019 Classes and Workshops
January 16 6-7 PM Waste Free Kitchen A FREE class at the Portland Food Co-op
The average American throws away 3.5 pounds of food per week, not only wasting money but also tossing all the resources it took to get that food to your kitchen. Learn tips and tricks for managing food and using up leftovers and ideas for how to get the most out of peels, stems, and produce that may be past its prime. Sample recipes for using up leftovers and scraps, such as savory hand pies and leftover grain muffins.
March 8 10 AM – 12:30 PM Visible Mending and Sashiko Stitching at Old Orchard Beach Adult Education
Learn the traditional Japanese form of decorative embroidery used for mending textiles and garments to extend their life. The basic techniques and simple but beautiful stitches for mending your garments can be both meditative and an eco-conscious practice. Sign up here.
March 24 5:30-8:30 PM at Old Orchard Beach Adult Education
The average kitchen throws away 3.5 POUNDS of food every week! This is not only wasted money but also the resources it took to get it to your table. Get tips and tricks for managing food, using up leftovers and for getting the most out of your peels, stems and produce that is past its prime. Practice making three vegetarian recipes for using up leftovers and scraps: vegetable broth, savory hand pies and leftover grain muffins. Please bring an apron and come prepared to cook, taste and enjoy. Sign up here.
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