According to Mariana Sánchez from Al Jazeera, this will help the population learn how to make cheaper and healthier dishes by using every part of the products.
In these classes, they learn how to use vegetable skins to make a tasty broth, for instance. “The idea is that everything is useful,” Sánchez said.
A woman that eats regularly in this popular kitchen, and a mother of six, said that her children don’t get sick as often since they have been eating there.
This way of cooking is also another solution to climate change because as a sustainable gastronomy project, less waste and contamination is produced.
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