Simple practical cooking is a fundamental life skill that all young people should be
able to master by the time they leave secondary school.
Through practical cooking, young people are empowered to make healthy choices
themselves. These choices take place all the time: when we plan our meals, when
we shop, when we store our food and when we cook it. At every stage of the
cooking process, young people need to have the knowledge to turn these choices
into informed choices.
We asked Rowett to look ahead to 2020 and to map how the diet changes in line with predicted
increases in population. The modelling shows that our diets will not need to change that much from
current guidelines if we are to meet the WWF 2020 GHGE targets. We will still be able to eat meat and
dairy, crisps and chocolate, for example. The weekly menu contains fish and chips, macaroni cheese,
chicken curry and beef chilli, as well as plentiful amounts of fruit and vegetables – so it’s not a mundane
menu. This demonstrates that you do not necessarily...
The caravan crept across a stony wadi and meandered upward into the hills. The camels boredly
tramped out their graceless steps, defining the milemarks of their lives. Twelve tired beasts and six weary
men made up the small, exhausted caravan.