15.09.2018 12:12 / Blogi
Greetings from the Vegetarian/Vegan Cook Book for Camps working group!
The working group was formed at BEAM in Austria, originally composed of Alexandra (Greece) and Kaisa (Finland). We promised to collect vegetarian and vegan recipes suitable at camp settings and compile them into a Vegetarian/Vegan Cook Book for Camps. Eddie (Spain) and Urska (Slovenia) kindly joined the working group and we have prepared a questionnaire and instructions for the collection of recipes. Now we ask you to inspire your NA and chapters to send us recipes!
As agreed at BEAM, we expect to receive at least one recipe from each NA in the EMEA region. You are however more than welcome to contribute several recipes!
Instructions for submitting the recipes:
The National Representatives of the CISV EMEA region formed a working group to collect vegetarian and vegan recipes from the region and compile them into a Vegetarian/Vegan Cook Book for Camps.
The objective is to support the chapters and the National Associations in the region to reduce the environmental impact of their camps through providing healthy and nutritious vegetarian/vegan food to all camp participants and to offer healthy and nutritious meals toparticipants with special diets.
The collected recipes should be vegetarian or vegan, adapted to serve 10 people, camp-tested, easy to make for large groups of people, something that children and youth like, and preferably also cost-effective.
We kindly ask you to submit your recipes through this questionnaire. Please submit also at least one photo of your dish by adding it to this folder . Inspirational videos of cooking the dish are also warmly welcome! Please make sure you have the right to use the photo/video and name them clearly with the name of the dish, the submitting NA/chapter and the photographer so that we know to which recipe they are linked to.
We look forward to receiving your delicious recipes!
Alexandra, Eddie, Kaisa and Urska
The Vegetarian/Vegan Cook Book for Camps working group CISV EMEA region