• Eat Like it Matters – Food Politics and Nutrition Course

    by  • December 21, 2017 • EAT Project, News, Courses & Events

    A weekend course taking place near Glastonbury in Somerset exploring food politics and the challenges to our food system today with an emphasis on nutrition.

    When: Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd April 2018

    Where: Brook End LAND Centre in Compton Dundon, just outside Glastonbury and Street in Somerset

    This weekend course is an opportunity to develop your knowledge of nutrition, increase your practical skills in foraging, fermenting and cooking, and collectively explore the politics of food and nutrition with an amazing group of people.

    This participatory course will include sessions on:
    • Nutritional science
    • Plant-based diets FAQs
    • Health at Every Size, body positivity and dismantling the diet paradigm
    • Food sovereignty vs food security
    • Decolonizing the food system
    • Intersectional food activism
    • Cooking as community building

    Learners will collectively prepare and share meals developing their skills catering, foraging, fermentation and using food waste. The course will also serve as an exchange of community and radical food initiatives and projects.

    Cost: This course operates on a sliding-scale, donation basis from £35 – £125. This includes all meals and accommodation. Free places are available to those in need.

    How to book: To book please email eat@feedavalon.org.uk