The European project Sustainability, Heritage, Health, or SHH for short continues with partners in Greece, Lithuania, and Spain.
Partners have already finished compiling 10 recipes from each participating country to focus on ingredients with a lower environmental impact, those which are locally produced, plant-based, and organically grown, but also that have a connection with their country's cuisine and can be considered heritage recipes.
The team will be meeting in Cantabria, the north of Spain near the cities of Santander and Bilbao to train at the Spanish project partners' premises, AbrazoHouse. Participants will put into practice some of the recipes of the book and the connections of the food we eat to energy, and resource consumption, and biodiversity protection, both locally and globally.
The team will also have the chance to learn about the passive house building where the AbrazoHouse is based, the use of recycled materials for building and will also visit the famous natural protected area the Santoña marshes.
Surefoot's Sustainability Heritage Health Project page gives you more background.
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