The one and a half meter rule prevents many catering entrepreneurs from opening their doors. Art and culture institution Mediamatic in Amsterdam is planning to test safe 'quarantine greenhouses' in which guests can dine in twos.
To help people out during this difficult time, Foodbomb has opened its ordering platform to the public.For the first time, individuals can now use the Foodbomb ordering platform to order anything from Fruit & Veg to Dry Goods direct from wholesalers at wholesale prices.Delivery is free and next day delivery is offered by most suppliers. This would suit anyone looking to bulk purchase at lower prices.At the end of the day, this is about helping you stay inside as much as possible and keeping people safe while supporting suppliers that are really feeling the pinch.You can sign up as PERSONAL USE at the registration form. www.foodbomb.com.au
Go back to basics during a Coronavirus lockdown....1. Move away from ‘I need everything now’ and instead use that bag of lentils you’ve had in your pantry for a while2. If there are any leftovers like small pieces of zucchini, eggplant, celery etc, these can be finely chopped or shredded and added to a pasta sauce, meatballs, risotto or a soup3. When preparing food, always have a bowl near your chopping board. Put all fruit and vegetable scraps into the bowl. When you finish one delicious dish, go into the leftover bowl and see what else can be created. Even onion peel can be oven dried and turned into onion powder.4. Cook in bulk and freeze – like a true Italian!https://blog.csiro.au/diversity-innovation-italian-leftovers/