The Green Teen Cookbook will be a cook book designed by teenagers, for teenagers, and including teenager’s recipes. Our goal is to gather information about ethical food, and answer questions such as “Where can I get good local products that don’t cost the earth in terms of air miles?”, “Where can I get fair trade goods?”, “Where does my food come from?”
The book will also give teens advice on how to cook healthy recipes that are both simple and impressive, but cheap enough for those on a budget!
The Green Teen Cookbook will be ethical, healthy and fun but we also want it to be a collective project; that’s why we are looking for teenagers to get involved and send us their recipes. So if you’re between 13 and 18 (or a little older and you just feel like you have the soul of a teenager!), please send us your favourite recipe. For you, it could be an amazing opportunity to get published. For us, it would be a chance to create a cook book that could change the way young people look at food.
We are already working with several organisations such as Jamie Oliver’s The Fifteen Foundation, Acornhouse Restaurant, Heatham House Café and Kneller Café, as well as various schools, colleges, youth groups in and around London… All we need now is a little help from those among you who like to cook!
You can send your recipes to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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