Hands-on learning. When it comes to teaching people about food, we believe that jumping in and using your own two hands is the best way to get new skills under your belt.
And the benefits of ‘hands-on’ learning continue beyond cooking. It also lets you see, feel and taste what good nutrition is about, which helps us make better choices about what to eat, even when someone else is doing the cooking.
Life long skills. We teach practical skills that support healthier living. This ranges from learning good knife skills and how to prepare vegetables, whole grains and pulses to cooking savoury meals that bring friends, families and communities together.