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Asylum seekers offer you cooking classes and a home cooked meal

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Free to Feed is a social enterprise that runs cooking classes in Melbourne taught exclusively by asylum seekers and refugees. You can attend their "pop up" locations for these classes and also arrange them at your home. After the cooking lesson you can enjoy the meal. The aim is to create a cultural exchange between asylum seekers and the general public through conversation, learning and food that can lead to a better life in Australia including employment opportunities. https://www.thefundingnetwork.com.au/events/upcoming-events-list/sydney-9-nov-2016/ Photo Graham Denholm
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By Lynn Wood

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