Food for all!

Next Tuesday Feb 2 2016 we’ll continue cooking in Dornbirn in Annagasse 5 in the backyards kitchen room.
We’ll start cooking at 18:00 and have food around 19:30-20:00.

You’re welcome to invite your friends to join!
Please let us know if you are coming, so we can calculate the amount of food

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Why How What?

We want to create a space to meet
& communicate and where people
feel welcome, regardless of gender,
age, political, religious or sexual
orientation. You are just as
welcome alone as with your friends
or children. We hope that you won’t
only hang out with each other, but also get in touch with other people.
We’re also looking for people who
participate in the organisation &
cooking group.

Where? Tao Sangha, Annagasse 5,
Dornbirn (between Marktstr. &
Schulgasse) entrance through the

Slow Food Gemeinsam kochen

Habt ihr auch den ganzen Tag alle Hände voll zu tun und fragt euch, wann dann noch Zeit für Begegnung und zum kochen sein soll? Wir haben trotzdem keine Lust, uns nach der Arbeit schnell eine Plastikpackung “convenience food” aus dem Supermarkt mitzunehmen und zuhause in der Mikrowelle aufzuwärmen? Nachdem wir auch nicht immer Zeit zum selber kochen haben, tun wir uns zusammen, denn das macht mehr Spass und ermöglicht uns, Zeit für gesellschaftliches Engagment und Begegnung zu haben.

Im Sinne von Slow Food versuchen wir regional und saisonal zu kochen.

Why Vegan?

We may not be 100% vegans, but we want to show that meat and animal products are not absolutely necessary for a tasty meal. We respect those who want to eat kosher, halal or vegan diet and want to welcome and include everyone.

Last but not least, it is a statement for a fair, sustainable food production: Often we are not aware that nine servings of vegetarian/vegan food can be produced with the same resources for one single serving of meat. If we receive some vegetarian food, we’ll make this an optional ingredient and communicate it accordingly.

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Tobias Meier

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