“How we eat can change the world”
Nova Iskra is happy to invite you to the “How we eat can change the world” workshop, dedicated to the sustainable ways of eating. The workshop is part of the Food for tomorrow #ForktoField initiative, created by the Swedish Institute.
What is it about?
Ethical, sustainable or ecologically friendly food? Do you know the difference? Why healthy nutrition should always include the knowledge about where the food is coming from? You will find out all about the ethical and healthy aspects of food consumption in our informal lecture, followed by the workshop in which we are going to prepare a healthy plant based meal.
In 2017 Swedish Institute started Food for Tomorrow in 2017, a three-year initiative that targets the change makers and innovators, who work within the sustainable food system in the Western Balkan and Sweden. The goal of the initiative is to support local actions with global potential and to create new networks between the actors who work with food – from fork to field, #ForktoField.
The project is co-created by the Swedish Institute and local partners from the region to make sure that there will be relevant outcome and results.
What's in it for me?
The goal of the workshop is to initiate conversations, inspire and exchange knowledge and experiences and to get to know the basics of healthy nutrition. We will break all the myths and confusions that healthy food is expensive, untasteful and difficult to prepare. On the workshop, we will cover the following topics: organic and seasonal food, planning healthy daily meals, the importance of the rightly chosen ingredients, urban garden concept, ways of consuming food that takes care of the environment, energy sources, inspirational and quick recipes, how to find joy and creativity in the kitchen and many more.
The lecturer is Marija Stojanovski, nutritionist and founder of the TikaTakaVege kitchen, who will make us a healthy and tasty meal, together with Nikola Ratković (cook with wide knowledge of the Greek and Mediterranean cuisine). The price of the meal is 300 RSD.
We need new ways of thinking about how we eat and how can we influence society by changing our own habits and understanding the systems that surround production, distribution and consumption of food.
Marija je diplomirala 2007. godine i od tad se stalno usavršava. Istražuje razne principe tradicionalne zdravije ishrane od domaće, makrobioričke, ajurvedske, vegeterijanske i veganske do najsavremenijih otkrića nauke u domenu ishrane, i od svega toga koristi najbolje. Veruje u intuitivno i nadahnuto kuvanje, začinjeno ljubavlju.
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