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The Diary of Pirates Cooks

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A Diary of cultural dishes, a pirate battle of daily sensations and emotions, created during the youth exchange EuRoB.I.N. Food in Amsterdam 2018.

Written by a group of 30 participants from Netherlands, Spain, Greece, Portugal and Italy.

Aims of the tool

Stimulate young people to think about food, recipes and quality of the hand made food, and to create social initiatives about food.

Description of the tool

The booklet was created to remind the participants particular events of the project, nonetheless to inspire young people to learn from cultural differences regarding food, to harvest and prepare their own food in a healthy and sustainable way, to adapt their cooking styles to their economical, social or cultural situation.

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Tool overview

The Diary of Pirates Cooks

This tool is for

#young people between 16-30 years old #EVS volunteers or young people living abroad #young people passionate about cooking

and addresses

Group Dynamics, Youth Initiatives, Intercultural Learning

It is recommended for use in:

Youth Exchanges

Behind the tool

The tool was created by

2+2 Asociacion

The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Gennaro Napolitano (on 5 February 2019)

and last modified

23 December 2018

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