Kuwait Revolution: Healthy Ramadan workshop

Budour:

Check out this post on yesterday’s Ramadan Workshop by my friend Fatmah!

Originally posted on F. scribbles:

I meant to post about Food Revolution almost two months ago, when I volunteered as a photographer at the group’s first event in Kuwait. Clearly, I didn’t get around to posting anything about the event! I volunteered at another workshop yesterday and this time I’m not putting off writing about it, mainly because I firmly believe in this group’s cause in wanting to encourage  healthy living.

Food Revolution Kuwait Budour

The Food Revolution is a global movement initiated by Jamie Oliver to change the way people eat. A mass social event took place in May and aimed to educate everybody about the harms of processed food, give people better alternatives and promote cultural change on a large-scale (targeting schools, corporations and even governments). Spearheading the Food Revolution in Kuwait is health coach Juna Al-Awadhi, nutritionist Dr. Nada Al-Ragum and organic food fanatic and entrepreneur Jumana Al-Awadhi of  www.welovekuwait.com.

Food Revolution Kuwait

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Charities: Help a home today

My friend Fatmah from F.Scribbles along with a group of her friends are independently collecting donations to help out as many people in need as possible. The donations will be shared, regardless of race, citizenship and religion.

Last year they managed to give out 100 bags of food. You can help out by giving food or getting discounts, boxes, or even helping them deliver.

Donations will be accepted until 9th June 2012.

Daydreaming: A loaf of sandwich bread

About two years ago, I was inspired to make my own loaf of whole grain sandwich bread because I felt there was nothing in the market that was real enough for me. I got into the habit of making this bread every once in a while but it’s been over a year now. I miss the kneading and the waiting and the smell of a freshly baked loaf!

I should get back into the bread making habit. Having a sandwich using the bread you’ve made yourself is amazing!

I will let you know if I actually commit. Stay tuned!

Photos: Hot cocoa

This deliciously thick soy milk hot cocoa was perfection. I enjoyed it during my recent trip to Dubai at the Boulevard Cafe located in Almanzil Hotel.

Picture taken by my achingly cool new digital Polaroid camera that has a food setting. Yes, perfect camera for all my travels because I almost exclusively take pictures of food only!