Season 2, Episode 3
Learning to cook with the seasons
with Alice Robertson
“We have a global supermarket now, we can have anything at any time of the year….. and to me there’s so much that’s amazing, that’s grown in our own back gardens, our own fields that we can be championing.”
- Eating seasonally can help to reduce our carbon footprint.
- Cooking can be a creative outlet and helps us embrace our failures.
- There are simple steps we can all take to reduce our food waste.
Season 2, Episode 3 - Learning to cook with the seasons with Alice Robertson
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