Villefranche-de-Rouergue: healthy and sustainable recipes from Lycée Beauregard

Beauregard’s high school students will taste pastries in short circuit, this Saturday, for sustainable food day.

Lycée Beauregard was in the kitchen on Wednesday afternoon, November 9 to prepare a variety of cookies for Sustainable Food Day. This Saturday, November 12, is indeed organized by the Ouest Aveyron Communauté, Room 13-Pierres, a day dedicated to sustainable food for young and old. Fun stands, projection-debates, programs for children are there for this moment of information exchange. Goal: To learn how to eat better and eat better.

Beauregard High School and its various training courses in the food industry therefore did not hesitate to get their hands dirty to show “we can make good local products with original recipes,” explained the teachers accompanying a student in the kitchen that afternoon. : Eminew. Thanks to their collaboration with Saveurs Paysannes and Biocoop, they were able to produce a range of products to taste on Saturday. On the site, they will be able to introduce the general public to these healthy recipes with a fun game. A screening of “La part des autres” to discuss food discrimination will also take place at 3 p.m., still in the 13-Pierres room. He will be accompanied by witnesses.

“Agri-food is not an industry”

This highlighting of agri-food and sustainable food training is also linked to next week’s Agri-Food Week. This week, all students will be able to get closer to companies and breeders and above all “get out of the idea that agri-food is art. It’s all about quality food”, emphasizes Stephanie Bayol. They will visit throughout the week and meet companies and breeders from across the former Midi-Pyrenees.

Sustainable Food Day Program

From 2pm to 6:30pm at the 13 Stone Village Hall in Villefranche-de-Rouge:
• 2 pm to 5.30 pm: About fifteen fun stands for information and fun.
• 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.: Screening of the film “La Part des Autres” at Beauregard High School as part of the Alimentare Festival, followed by a debate with Genevieve Cazes Valet, food anthropologist and a farmer at Sèvres Peasances (under reserve). .
• 4 pm: Snack provided (squeezed apple juice on site, fruit, cake).
• 5:30 to 6:30 pm: “Addiction” theater and puppet show for all ages on the theme of sugar.

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