Cooking is a cultural and social act that gives rise to learning processes that promote participation. Opening our pots and pans is an invitation to share recipes, stories, condiments and tastes.
In this workshop, directed by Cocinar Madrid, we will cook a delicious menu among all the participants, which we will then share and taste. While we peel potatoes and cut carrots we will be launching concepts: food sovereignty, ecological debt, kilometric food, gender debt... We will talk about how and under what conditions food is produced, where it comes from, what social and ecological costs it has. Together we will elaborate and cook, at the same time that we cook the food, the definitions of these concepts and knowledge to share them and to be able to debate while we enjoy the delicacies cooked around the table.
You don't need to bring anything, just your apron and, if you can, a story about a food that seems problematic from an ecological and/or social point of view.
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This workshop is organised within the framework of the project Pincha Tu Deuda, co-financed by the European Union through the European project Citizens for Financial Justice. With the collaboration of Medialab Prado, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid and the collaborative network Museo Situado (Museo Reina Sofía). Coordinated by the Plataforma Auditoría Ciudadana de la Deuda, Grigri Projects and Massa Critica Napoli.