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Chef Colin Fassnidge is standing in between his daughters who are all wearing yellow aprons and are smiling
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OzHarvest - Cooking with Colin Fassnidge

Sustainable September
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Sustainable September


20 September 2021 - 26 September 2021
24 Hours


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FEAST (Food Education and Sustainability Training) is OzHarvest’s curriculum-aligned education program inspiring kids to eat healthy, waste less and become change-makers in their community. Like any good FEAST, it’s designed to be fun, engaging and filled with good food!

The FEAST crunchy noodle salad, one of the favourites! Chef Colin Fassnidge, FEAST Ambassador & My Kitchen Rules Chef, together with his daughters, Lily and Maeve are showing how much fun it is to make this healthy dish. We challenge you to make this at home, watch the video and download the recipe and get cooking!

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