Food Waste Resources by SpoonLed

It's time to show food the respect it deserves.

Cook up change now - Here's your inspiration to go from tosser to food waste champ, and save money and time while you're at it.


What Would Sarah Wilson Do About Food Waste?

Before any food scraps leave our kitchens, a new mantra has rung through our heads: What Would Sarah Do? Since the release of her most recent book Simplicious, Sarah Wilson has totally changed what we consider “food waste,” and what could be


How Three Blue Ducks is Redefining “Food Waste”

Three Blue Ducks is where the real food movement comes to life, in so many ways. The Farm at Byron Bay has become a place of pilgrimage for visitors to meet where their food comes from. For Chef Darren Robertson, that daily connection with the land t


Black Star Pastry’s Food Waste Secrets

It’s tough to imagine anyone throwing out anything from Black Star Pastry, with its queues out the door for the buttery goodness within. But since bread is surprisingly one of the most wasted foods, we hit up one of Sydney’s most beloved bak


Snacks From Scraps – The SpoonLed Series

So you know food waste is costing you, our farmers and the environment, but you’re sick of being spoon fed solutions that are good in theory, but don’t work when shit gets real. Enter Youth Food Movement Australia’s SpoonLed series, food waste adv


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Here's how you fight food waste from your kitchen (or your mates'). You may be a SpoonLed graduate or you may be fighting the good fight against food waste from afar. We're your biggest advocates (can't you hear us cheering from the crowd!). We've gone ahead and created something that well and truly gives food waste the flip. Presenting the SpoonLed Handbook with all the food saving tips and tricks at the ready.

Ready to give food waste the flip? Let your made food saving skills fly.


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