A number of factors will determine the recipes you choose for your community kitchen.
Recipes & Additional Resources
There are lots of quick and easy recipes on the internet but our tried and true ones are:
Leanne Brown’s Eat Well on $4/ Day: Download the pdf version
Downloadable Community Kitchen Manuals
Dietician Services at Healthlink BC or call 8-1-1 from your phone
Canadian Food Inspection Agency; resources on Food safety and recalls
Government of Canada Food Guide New 2019 Guide
Best Before Dates
Guidelines for distributing food past the best before dates:
BC Poverty Reduction Coalition– Run campaigns to raise awareness about poverty issues as well as campaigns that push forward ideas and policy to governments. A great resource for templates for writing letters to the government and resources to get involved.
Raise the Rates – Raise the Rates is a coalition of community groups and organizations concerned with the level of poverty and homelessness in British Columbia. Run Campaigns
Food Secure Canada Focus is on Canada Wide Policy in Food Security. Website has resources
- Membership Team
- Outreach and Advocacy Team
- Communication Team
- City Hall Team
- Data Tools Working Group
Each neighbhourhood has group of people living and working in the neighbourhood. They focus on Food security issues (people have access to healthy nutritious foods), education and engagement; building community and food justice issues.
Food Asset Maps
Vancouver Food Network An interactive map of each neighbourhood and their activities