Zero waste cooking

Manage how much you cook and turn your leftovers and food scraps into delicious meals.

Have confidence to work with whatever food you have in your pantry, fridge and freezer and cook the right amount of food for the number of people in your household. With a little know how, creativity and planning, you can manage your kitchen to make the most of your leftovers and food scraps by turning them into delicious dishes. Join Kirsty Bishop-Fox in this workshop which will cover:

  • How to get your portions right to avoid waste
  • Ideas for using random leftovers so nothing in your fridge goes to waste
  • Tips for waste free packed lunches
  • Live demonstration of making fritters from the leftovers in your fridge - we'll provide the recipe and what you need to bring if you want to cook along with us!

This is the second of a 3 part food waste workshop series Eat it, don't bin it challenge.

You can attend one or all of the sessions:

Our facilitator Kirsty Bishop-Fox of Sustainability Pathways is an environmentalist known for motivating people to rethink waste and prioritise sustainability. She’s a sustainability consultant and educator who works with businesses and individuals to help them take steps to reduce waste, make better environmental choices, and do better for our planet.

Kirsty loves food but hates waste and will share tips and tricks to help you create less waste than you might have thought possible.