Mushroom picking in a forest. Sounds pretty cool right? The YFM crew foraged and delicately dusted mushrooms as part of our Guerilla Dinner, a tasty feast of scrummy delights all locally and lovingly put together for attendees to enjoy. And now you can w
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Food waste as a problem has been all over the media recently, but our recent Reel Food Nights screening at the Rocks Windmill looked at the opportunities and silver linings in amongst all the shocking, sad statistics about how much food is thrown away
Last week was a busy one in the world of food. The National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) published their once-in-a-decade revisions to the Australian Dietary Guidelines. European Governments and businesses continued to reel from the horseme
What do you mean you don’t care about food policy? Dude, if you want to eat tomato tasting tomatoes in the summer time you should care about food policy. As you may have heard the Australian Government is developing the first overarching go to document
YFM gets the low down on the awesome sustainable communities initiative ‘The Plan’ in Chippendale driven by Michael Mobbs and Supported by Sydney City Council. Can you briefly tell us about the plan The Sustainable Communities Plan is a gui
The majority of our ecological footprint is caused by the food we eat. Many people, myself included, choose to reduce or even eliminate meat consumption in order to reduce this impact, and certainly it does. Often, however, people then turn to seafood as