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Decades of work for sustainable development and we are steadily LESS sustainable. Clearly, we need to do something different.

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⏰Would you like to reduce food waste?FoodTalks EU debunks some popular myths surronding food!Learn more⬇️⬇️⬇️There are numerous myths circulating about food and on what one should pay attention to. But what is really true and when can you still eat the food safely? Today we have 3 typical myths about food.Myth 1: Mushrooms must not be reheated after they have been prepared.--> False! If the meal with the mushrooms is cooled after cooking, you can easily reheat the food (heat to at least 70 degrees).Myth 2: Sprouting potatoes are poisonous.--> True and false! It is true that sprouting potatoes produce a toxic substance. However, when the sprouts are still small, the concentration is so low that it is not dangerous to health. Simply cut out the sprouts and prepare the potatoes as you normally would. The same goes for potatoes with green parts.Mthy 3Myth number 3: The stalks of broccoli and cauliflower are not good for eating.--> False! You can eat the stalks without any problems. Tip: If you don't like the texture, you can simply mash the stalk after cooking and eat it together with potatoes or use it for a vegetable broth.Hopefully this will help you to reduce food waste. More myths can be found here (in German): www.zugutfuerdietonne.de/blog/schon-gewusst/wahrheit-oder-mythos-die-herbstausgabe#foodwaste #Erasmusplus #myths #zugutfürdietonne Food Action! Global Action Plan International Global Action Plan Wasser Forscher Legacy17 Framtiden i våre hender Programa GAP InEuropa - Finanziamenti Europei ... See MoreSee Less
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Another round of meetings with practitioners participating in the online #transformative #learning project has concluded. After ten meetings and many different topics, we note that one issue keeps surfacing in different forms every time: trust. What we have learned about building trust online will be presented in our guidelines to be published at the end of this year. ❓ What have you learned? - we’d love to hear from you!#Legacy17 #OnTL #OnTransLearn #Transformlearn ... See MoreSee Less
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