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2 How did we start? First Prize Winner of Duurzame Dinsdag 2007

3 Who are we? Stichting voor Morgen Environment Friendly Turkish Women Union

4 Project, “Koken voor Morgen” Cook book and website for “sustainable cooking” Use healthy and local ingredients Use left-overs securely Cheap and easy to cook Show the relation between the cooking and the environment Give sustainable tips and tricks

5 Our goal Create awareness and change cooking and eating habits Inform the people about ; Energy consumption Water consumption Food consumption  Waste of energy, water, food and their results

6 Science helps... Scientific researches and documents  Science seems not a part of daily life  Not interesting for most of the people  Complex and sometimes difficult to understand Use the scientific knowledge in a simple way during the simple activitiy “COOKING”

7 Water foot-prints 40 liters of water for 1 slice of bread  Producing wheat costs 1300 litres of water per kg (global average).  One slice of bread has a weight of about 30 gram, which implies a water footprint of 40 litres.

8 Water foot-prints liters of waterfor 1 kg of rice liters of water for 1 kg of rice  Paddy rice (the rice as harvested from the field) has consumed 2300 litres of water per kg.  One kg of paddy rice produces 0.67 kg of milled rice on average.  In the shop we buy milled rice in the form of white rice or broken rice. In this form, rice costs 3400 litres of water per kg.

9 Water foot-prints liters of water for 1 kg of soybeans  The production of soybeans in the world takes about 290 billion cubic meters of water annually, which is 4.5 % of the global water use for crop production.

10 Water foot-prints liters of water for 1 kg of chicken meat  A chicken consumes about 3.3 kg of grains  30 litres of water for drinking and servicing the farmhouse.

11 Water foot-prints liters of water for 1 kg of beef  The animal consumes nearly 1300 kg of grains, 7200 kg of roughages  24 cubic meter of water for drinking and 7 cubic meter of water for servicing.

12 Totally liters of water will be saved per household Using 2 slices old bread once in a week Using 2 slices old bread once in a week Using 100 gr leftover rice once in a month Using 100 gr leftover rice once in a month Replace 1 kg beef with 1 kg chicken once in a month Replace 1 kg beef with 1 kg chicken once in a month Replace 1 kg beef with 1 kg soybeans once in a month Replace 1 kg beef with 1 kg soybeans once in a month

13 Facts Dirty water kills children more than war... Every 8 seconds, a child dies because of unhealthy water A new born child needs 0,175 liters liquids per kg, ~300 liters liquids for one year A new born child needs 0,175 liters liquids per kg, ~300 liters liquids for one year Assumption : % 0.1 of water used for producing food is clean water % 0.1 of water used for producing food is clean water Water saved per household in a year is: ~300 liters X = ~300 liters

14 Result Eat healty and tasty Eat healty and tasty Save environment Save environment Save money Save money SAVE THE LIFE OF A CHILD

15 Our tools, projects Cook book, website Cook book, website, software and workshops Cook book ready in Turkish, Dutch version published soon Cook book ready in Turkish, Dutch version published soon Website was opened 2nd September 2008 Website was opened 2nd September 2008 The first version of software is finished and soon new version will be ready for home users The first version of software is finished and soon new version will be ready for home users Workshops will start on March First target group will be Turkish community Workshops will start on March First target group will be Turkish community

16 Projects Cook book Recipes from all cultures Recipes from all cultures Totally new and spontane recipes Totally new and spontane recipes Tips and tricks for sustainable cooking Tips and tricks for sustainable cooking Basic information about nutritive values and water-footprints of meals Basic information about nutritive values and water-footprints of meals Related stories about foods from mhytology, cultures and religions Related stories about foods from mhytology, cultures and religions  Re-named recipes in Esperanto (one who hopes :-)

17 Website... Inform the people about sustainability

18 Website... Recipes

19 Eat, What you need ! Computer program and database It is a kind of dictionary for foods with the information about the nutrititive values and water footprint values It is a kind of dictionary for foods with the information about the nutrititive values and water footprint values In the future carbon footprint and energy will be added.

20 Eat, What you need ! Computer program and database Aim is show how to minimize the ecological footprints of meals by changing the ingredients Aim is show how to minimize the ecological footprints of meals by changing the ingredients

21 Eat, What you need ! New version of computer program and database Calculate your daily nutrition needs Calculate your daily nutrition needs Compare your needs with your choosen recipes Compare your needs with your choosen recipes Download option from our website Download option from our website Apply in restaurants, cafe’s, sport centers, schools etc. using touchscreen technology Apply in restaurants, cafe’s, sport centers, schools etc. using touchscreen technology

22 Workshops 100 Turkish women will be informed Short training about sustainability and today’s fact Short training about sustainability and today’s fact Importance of local and seasonal consuming Importance of local and seasonal consuming Show the similarities between the cultures, cooking styles and recipes Show the similarities between the cultures, cooking styles and recipes Present, a shopping bag full of local products and an apron Present, a shopping bag full of local products and an apron

23 What we can do? Networking Work together and share experiences Cultural cooking days Create a mailing group Use local products in our workshop Make them reachable

24 Thanks to Duurzame Dinsdag IVN Nederland TEMA Nederland my sponsors Green Wish Matchpoint Internet Nieuwmaanand Prof. Dr. Arjan Y. Hoekstra


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