So as a follow on to my last brief post, I have (I think) figured out the times and dates of all my travels to Norway. Time is now not such an important factor as I won’t be travelling the entire distance in one go, which would have been a rather unhelpful metric to measure … More Pretty much decided then
I’m happy to say I’ve started on the slow journey to Norway through booking the first leg of my travels. Booked in for the day after class finishes is a train trip from London to Kiel. Total travel time about 11 hours and I’ve managed to fit in a 24 hour stopover in Brussels to … More Progress!
Courtesy of Nils, I went along this evening to the Liberated Feast. It was not dissimilar from what I expected but pretty incredible considering the premise: that all the food used in the three course sit down dinner was from donations from organic farm producers, fruit & vegetable box distributors, supermarkets and local market sellers. … More The Liberated Feast
Whilst I get bogged down in the details of finding routes across the North Sea and Skaggerak, and simultaneously attempt to contact some friends who I can potentially stay with on the journey home, I will continue the food topic on low transport/sustainable foods. From my food map, there was quite a significant portion of … More Uncategorised foods
The choices are getting more and more numerous as I delve deeper into the transport options available between here and Norway. I’ve tried to compare them all for a departure on the final day of our classes, Friday the 20th of December. This doesn’t give the best results as Fridays are inevitably more expensive than … More Optioneering
I was initially considering trying to do the 100 mile diet or ‘locavore’ diet for my personal change challenge. I asked a few people in my class about this with the general consensus that yes you could do it, but you’d end up eating a lot of potatoes, carrots and other root vegetables together with … More Food map of my pantry and fridge