MARY McCARTNEY'S Vegetarian lasagne
With our amazing partner Linda McCartney Foods 5,000 schoolchildren will be cooking this recipe with us during National Vegetarian Week
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National Vegetarian Week 2023
With thanks to our partner Linda McCartney Foods we are able to cook with 5,000 schoolchildren during National Vegetarian Week, the children will be cooking Mary McCartney's delicious vegetarian lasagne!
Our kits include the exact ambient ingredients, step-by-step recipe cards, skills cards with QR codes that link to videos of children cooking and a booklet packed with fun facts about the ingredients inside the box. The Cook School recipe kits teach children and students how to cook a delicous, vegetarian meal independently for their families.
Cook School is a not-for-profit organisation that was started a few years ago now. Our Co-founder, Amanda Grant, is a children’s food writer and cookbook author. We help children to understand food and how to cook. We think it's really important to know how doing both of these things can help us all to be healthy and to have a healthier planet. We've taught over 100,000 children so far.
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