We’ve moved into our own venue at 13 Scot lane Doncaster DN1 1EW and we love our quirky little shop/cafe. It’s a joy working and watching as it comes to life! An empty shop unit has become our café and a sorely needed community hub. Using only items and food that would have been wasted, … More The Real Junk Food Project Doncaster’s entirely upcycled food waste cafe!
Often there is more wild food growing around us than the birds and local wildlife could make use of so taking a little for your own use and foraging sustainably is unlikely to cause any harm. Ramsons (wild garlic) grows in abundance and you will not miss it of you have some growing near you … More Ramsons (wild garlic) pesto
We often meet long and short term sanctioned at our cafe, everyone is always greatful for a sit down and a hot meal, served cafe style along with our other customers. We often hear “It’s nice to be treated like a normal human being here” “It’s made my day I feel good” etc. Being a … More and compassion spreads..
The Real Junk Food Project Doncaster was recently approached to cater for the national climate change alliance’s ‘Time to act’ conference. http://www.sheffieldclimatealliance.net/2015/08/time-to-act-divest-invest-build/ speakers listed; Martin Mayer, Sheffield Trades Council. Louise Haigh, MP for Sheffield Heeley. Dani Paffard, Divestment Campaigner for 350.org. Graham Petersen, Environment Officer for UCU. Asad Rehman, Friends of the Earth. Suzanne Jeffery, … More Time to act on climate change, refugees and building a better future
Dear supermarket. Perfectly edible wastage costs the earth, and you.
A piece about us has appeared on a local recycling site which was picked up and shared by Business Doncaster.com The contect of the article which has since been removed at our request reads: GREEN JUNE: Last month saw increase in food waste recycling in Doncaster July 7, 2015 Last June saw an increase in … More The trouble with anaerobic digestion
Let’s put bananas on the menu. Now’s as good a time as any to give them some attention. Ironically bananas are easier to digest and most varieties taste better when the skin is black. Yet this is when most people will throw them in the bin. You get a whole lot of nutrition in a … More It’s banana’s!