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London’s Muslims take a green bite out of Ramadan

London’s Muslims take a green bite out of Ramadan

Sitting in straight rows on the floor, supping on bowls of soup made from foraged nettles and home-grown vegetable stew, a group of London Muslims are breaking with Ramadan tradition.

The evening meal known as iftar breaks the fast during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan and is often associated with environmentally-unfriendly excess, with tables groaning under the weight of heavy meat dishes.

Saving the planet…one dumpling at a time

Saving the planet…one dumpling at a time

Canadian scientists have collaborated with Hong Kong climate campaigners to create meat-free dumplings in the hope of persuading the world’s biggest carnivores to stop pigging out.

China eats more meat than any other nation – twice the amount consumed by Americans alone – and a campaigning Hong Kong business is launching a more sustainable, plant-based diet that it says has less impact on global warming. But all of the taste.

Food for Thought lecture weekend at the School of Artisan Food

Food for Thought lecture weekend at the School of Artisan Food

The School of Artisan Food is hosting another fascinating weekend of talks delivered by leaders in the food world. The lectures take place over the weekend of 19th & 20th May. The cost is £55 for a single day or £95 for both days.

Food for Thought offers a unique opportunity to listen, share and join in the discussions on a wide range of topical food subjects.

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