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Bristol Good Food Diaries

Bristol Good Food Diaries

The Good Food Diaries are your chance to show off what you're doing towards making Bristol a truly sustainable food city. Tell us your diary challenge within your online profile - this could be anything from sowing a few veg seeds to going on an urban forage, from making your first visit to one of Bristol's City Farms to signing-up as a volunteer on a community growing project, from going supermarket-free for a week to only shopping in Bristol Pounds - and then share the experience of your challenge through your online diary. Follow the progress of other members of the Good Food Diary group. Share your tips and ideas. Get inspired by Bristol's Good Food stories!


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28 April 2014

Shopping at independent shops (when working all hours)

Working in a community cookery school has its perks - not least delicious lunches from our students. I am very lucky. I should cook from scratch and shop ethically - after all I have the skills and know lots of great local producers and independent retailers. BUT working long days/evenings/weekends means I don't always manage it. During the Bristol Food Connections Festival I pledge to only shop at independent food shops/stalls/markets. Perhaps this is madness, after all its the busiest 11 days of the Square Food Foundations calendar - but then again there will be loads of amazing food available in Knowle West and wider Bristol.... if not now, then when?

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