Last time on the Unity Social Kitchen Blog, you were challenged join us for our £2.50 food challenge to help raise awareness about food insecurity social isolation. With less than two weeks to go, I’ve been browsing a few of the supermarkets prices to plan the five days.
The Social Kitchen
The Unity Social Kitchen is a new social impact project from Unity. This project started as a plan to fit a training kitchen from where cooking classes could be offered, with people taking home the food they cook, giving people practical information to be able to replicate dishes at a low cost at home. Initially aimed at alleviating poverty for families, the concept has quickly evolved, in recognition of the additional benefits such a service has potential to offer.