Tips on how to reduce household food waste will be discussed at special information sessions at selected Logan Libraries in August and September.
Budget-friendly meal-planning sessions are scheduled for:
• Beenleigh Library: 1pm to 2.30pm on Saturday, August 14
• Jimboomba Library: 10.30am to noon on Saturday, September 18
• Marsden Library: 1.30pm to 3pm on Saturday, September 18
Valerie Pearson, from Green Living Australia at Underwood, will provide advice on organising healthy meals, including how to shop better, store food and use everything that has been purchased.
Reducing food wastage not only helps save money, it can also lead to a reduction in the amount of meat consumed which can be good for economic and health reasons.
The sessions do not include cooking demonstrations but will cover meal planning, shopping lists, using leftovers and the best ways to package and store meals.
Everyone attending the sessions will develop a meal plan and create their own shopping list.
A list of online resources and library books has been compiled and will be shared to assist in preparing budget-friendly and healthy meals.
Bookings for the information sessions are essential and can be made online at loglib.org/mealplan
Green Living Australia was established to provide access to home-made products that are free of preservatives, additives and chemicals.
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