新聞稿 Press Release: 為食起革命免費烹飪示範、分享會,鼓勵港人識食更惜食 Free Cooking Demo, Sharing Sessions to be held in May

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新聞稿

全球飲食倡議Jamie Oliver 為食起革命 即將在港舉行
免費烹飪示範、分享會 鼓勵港人識食更惜食

為響應 英國名廚及飲食改革家 Jamie Oliver (2010 TED 大獎勝出者) 的號召,本港將與全球超過 62個國家的代表分別在世界各地舉辦超過一千個飲食關注活動。

由 5月起,本港多家餐廳將推出 為食起革命 菜式,多個烹飪示範、分享會及工作坊等亦將在不同地點舉行。簡介如下,欲知詳情請參閱:https://frd.asia/

1. 為食起革命 @ 理工大學 食物與餐飲 學院 (5月11日,星期六,內容:烹飪班)
2. 為食起革命 @ 港島東農墟 (5月5及12日,連續兩個星期日,內容:4 個分享會、3 個工作坊、2 個烹飪示範,包括由名廚余健志 (Jacky Yu) 及 陳彥琳 (Alvina Chan) 親自示範的烹飪活動)
3. 為食起革命 @ 長洲太平清醮 2013飄色巡遊 (5月17日,佛誕假期,內容:本港首次由外籍小朋友參與飄色,迷你版大廚Jamie Oliver及可愛小農夫將向在場三萬人傳遞 健康飲食 及 惜食香港 的訊息)
4. 為食起革命 @ 本港多家餐廳 (整個5月份,內容:期間限定 為食起革命 時令創意菜式)
5. 其他活動

是次活動是希望引發社會關注一連串飲食議題,包括健康飲食、珍惜食物等。我們認為吃本地食材、支持本土農業,長遠來說是保障港人食物安全,顧及環保及減低醫療負擔必需有的態度及政策。長期依賴內地輸入糧食只會持續引起糧食不安全,長期依賴加工食物亦只會增加更多癡肥症、糖尿病、心血管疾病等肥胖相關的疾病,危害香港人特別是下一代的健康。

為食起革命 香港 發起人 陳嘉惠表示:「內地有毒黑心食材如地溝油、農藥超標的水果及蔬菜及幾乎每天傳來的河水、農田、空氣污染、死豬死雞等新聞,已經令香港人接近無法忍受。本地農墟的興起及成功便見證了香港人對健康、無毒食物的需求及對輸入食物的憂慮。在保障環境的層面上,我們更應該思考如何善用本港土地去自給自足,減少長途運輸的碳排放並真正打造香港成為惜食香港,減少食物浪費及善用廚餘去協助本地城市、天台耕種。」

「我認為教育下一代健康飲食習慣和健康烹飪技巧是非常重要的,因這些知識建構了他們未來健康生活的基礎。」電視飲食節目主持及 “愛煮” 創辦人琳琳(Alvina)。

「廉價食品是一種罪行!一種對社會、人文、天然資源及地球不利的罪行。我們根本再付不起由廉價食品惹來的代價。」Mana!Fast Slow Food 餐廳老闆 Bobsy。

MUM Veggie + Coffee + Sweet亦表示是次支持 為食起革命是因為:「我們熱愛烹飪;我們尊重真食物;我們支持本地有機農莊。」

「我們都是獨一無二的。我們活在文化、經濟、時間和社會的種種約束之下。縱使我們一心想要健康,偏偏在日常生活上卻又時時做出錯誤的選擇。態度決定一切。要是一直被誤導,或只是採取淡然的態度,不如重新認識我們的社區,了解環境與日常,作出不同的嘗試 。」健康概念負責人Arlene Wu。

「耕種的原意就是生產食物,以維持人類生存的基本需要,我們相信,人類就是要重新與自然連繫,接觸泥土、保育泥土,才可以種出健康美味的食物,一起『為食起革命』!」『樸樂田』

「真正的生活態度就是擁抱所有正面的價值觀。沒有真正的食物,人根本不算是活著。」執嘢

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有關《為食起革命》香港區大使及其社區
陳嘉惠 Beatrice Chan,《為食起革命》香港區義務工作大使
這是我第二年支持Jamie Oliver基金會的《為食起革命》運動。《為食起革命》在全球選出了多位義工代表去承諾推廣健康飲食及「真食物」(非加工食物),我很榮幸成為其中一份子。
2013年我希望把食物教育帶到社區及學校,繼續推廣本地及城市農耕的可持續性發展及發起一些珍惜食物、減少浪費的行動,當中包括支援食物銀行及減費活動,務求令香港甚至亞洲區的《為食起革命》更強大。
《為食起革命》香港區網頁:https://frd.asia/ | https://www.facebook.com/frd.asia

有關《為食起革命》
《為食起革命》是全球參與的飲食改革運動。活動主要是聯繫世界各地喜歡食物的有心人,讓大家去分享資訊、才能及資源,並傳遞各人的知識及去強調世界上各項重要的飲食議題。全球攜手便能喚起改變。《為食起革命》是關於聯繫你的社群,包括學校、餐廳及商業組織。《為食起革命》希望激起大家改變不良的飲食習慣及宣揚每個人都應該獲得更好的飲食教育。

有關Jamie Oliver與《為食起革命》
Jamie Oliver是《為食起革命》的發起人及發動全球過百萬人士參加《為食起革命》的靈魂人物。約在2010年,Jamie Oliver於ABC 電視台推出了一個新節目,名為 “為食起革命”(Food Revolution),Jamie Oliver以電視節目形式去改善學校膳食並在美國西維吉尼亞州的Huntington組織起社區廚房,以行動去教育當地人從基本步驟開始去烹調。縱然最初面對很多困難,但最後反應仍是很熱烈,之後更在洛杉磯展開第二季的節目,並在當地追蹤學校膳食及當地人的飲食習慣。後來Jamie Oliver 成立了非營利的Jamie Oliver飲食基金會,並於美國各地繼續激勵當地人為真食物站起來! 時至今日,為食起革命已演變成一個全球運動,通過全球的義工網絡散播至全球各地的社區,以推廣飲食教育及從基本入手烹調新鮮食物,以對抗愈益嚴重的癡肥問題及飲食相關的各類疾病。

PRESS RELEASE

Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution to be kick-off in Hong Kong this May
Free cooking demo, sharing session to encourage making a right food choice and treasuring food resource

In response to the appeal from world-renowned chef and food educator Mr. Jamie Oliver (TED prize winner 2010), Hong Kong will join force with more than 62 countries to organize over 1,000 food concerned activities across the globe.

Food Revolution HK’s restaurant partners will offer special food menus in May in support of Food Revolution. Cooking demonstrations, sharing sessions and workshops will also be organized at different venues. Please find below the summary of the activities. If you wish to know the latest updates, please visit https://frd.asia/

1. Food Revolution @ the Food and Wine Academy, PolyU (11 May, Saturday, Cooking Class)
2. Food Revolution @ the Island East Markets (5 & 12 May, 2 Consecutive Sunday, 4 sharing, 3 workshops, 2 cooking demonstrations)
3. Food Revolution @ Cheung Chau’s Piu Sik Float Parade (17 May, Friday, Public Holiday, First time to have a non-Chinese kid to play a role at the traditional Piu Sik Float Parade. A mini “Jamie Oliver” & a cute little farmer will meet over 30,000 participants to help spread the message of healthy diet and no food wastage)
4. Food Revolution @ Local Restaurants (in May, partner restaurants to launch their seasonal creative Food Revolution menu)
5. Other activities

Food Revolution aims to arouse discussion on various food topics, including healthy diet and treasuring the food resources. We believe in the long run, to support local farming and consuming local food will not only protect local food security but also to be more environmental friendly and help reduce the medical liability. Food insecurity will affect us forever if we rely on the imported food from mainland China. Our health, especially the health of our next generation, will be endangered if we keep relying on processed food.

Beatrice Chan, voluntary ambassador of the Food Revolution HK said, “Hong Kong people have suffered enough for the mainland imported toxic food. From swill oil, pesticides’ fruit and veggies to the news about the pollution of river, soil even the air. We want a change. The success of the local farmer markets has proved that Hong Kong people are concerned about their health and there is a huge demand on toxic-free food and the worry on imported food is obvious. At the environment level, we should also think about how to utilize our land resource to make Hong Kong a self-sustainable place and gradually reduce more carbon emission from food transportation. We also have to help build Hong Kong as a truly no food waste city by utilizing our food waste and food resources as well as to support the city and rooftop farming with the food waste’s fertilizer.”

What our supporters said:
“I believe educating our children on healthy diet & healthy cooking is an important priority, as this forms the basis for our children to stay healthy!” Alvina Chan, Founder of Alvina Cookery, TVB Culinary Show Host

“Cheap food is a crime! A crime against Society, Humanity, our Natural Resources & our Planet. We simply can no longer afford cheap food.” Bobsy @ Mana!Fast Slow Food

“We LOVE cooking; We RESPECT to real food; We SUPPORT small local organic farm.” MUM Veggie + Coffee + Sweet

“We are all unique. We live in our own cultural, economic, time and social constraints. Despite our best intentions we sometimes make the wrong daily decisions with our food and environment choices. This is okay. Awareness and attempts to better our nutrition with our environment are more important than being misinformed or just indifferent.” Arlene Wu, Health Concept

“Farming is all about food production in order to maintain human needs of survival. P Farmland believes that we all have to return to nature and put our hands in soil, growing the natural taste of food. Let’s join “Food Revolution”!” P-Farmland

“A real cool lifestyle is about all positive values, and without REAL FOOD, one is not living at all.” Jupyeah

About the Ambassador and their community
Beatrice says: “The Food Revolution has selected a number of volunteers from around the world who showed a deep commitment to real food and I’m thrilled to be one of them.”
“In 2013, we will work with partners to deliver food education, talks related to food issues, sustainability (local & urban farming) and take action on ‘anti-food waste’.
Food Revolution Hong Kong: https://frd.asia/ | https://www.facebook.com/frd.asia

About the Food Revolution
The Food Revolution is a global movement that allows people who love food to come together to share information, talents and resources and also to pass on their knowledge and highlight the world’s food issues. All around the globe, people work together to make a difference. The Food Revolution is about connecting with your community in schools, restaurants and local businesses. We want to inspire change in people’s food habits and to promote the mission for better food and education for everyone.

About Jamie Oliver and the Food Revolution
Jamie Oliver is the founder and driving force who inspired millions around the world to join the Food Revolution.In 2010, as part of the ABC TV series, Jamie’s Food Revolution, Jamie worked to improve school food and set up a community kitchen in Huntington, West Virginia to teach people how to cook from scratch.

香港健康餐飲指南 Hong Kong Healthy Eating Guide

Hong Kong Healthy Eating Guide

大家有沒有同樣經驗? 辛辛苦苦工作了一整天,想吃一餐輕營健康的獎勵自己,卻怎也找不到好地方。可能是平日記不了那麼多家餐廳的名字,又或是根本不知道那家餐廳的存在。

最近我們發現了Localiiz 與 Kwiksure 合作,製作了香港健康餐飲指南,功得無量。

Did you ever share the same feeling as we do?  Working like in hell for a long day and have been tired with greasy and heavy food, hoping to enjoy a healthy meal with some fresh ingredients, but there is no easy way for you to find a place where serve healthy happy meals …

Recently, we find a post at the Localiiz which is partnering with Kwiksure to provide the Hong Kong Healthy Eating Guide! An marvelous work!!  

Take Away 外賣服務

Something Fresh

If you feel like being healthy in the comfort of your own home, be sure to look up Something Fresh. The team of master chefs preps recipes and yummy ingredients daily that can be delivered to your door, allowing you cook up a healthy storm with a minimum of effort. The fresh vegies and homemade sauces are never stored overnight, and all meals can be made in 25 minutes or less.

South Stream Seafoods

After supplying seafood and meat to Hong Kong restaurants, hotels and airlines for more than 14 years,South Stream Seafood is branching out to deliver a range of organic and allergy-aware foods right to customers’ homes. Along with fresh fruit and vegetables, the company stocks gluten free baked goodies, as well as and organic baby foods for those with little mouths to feed.

Secret Ingredient

If you have guests to impress but no time or inspiration, call on Secret Ingredient to give you a helping hand. The Sheung Wan-based delivery service provides fully prepped ingredients and tasty, healthy recipes that take an average of just 15 minutes to cook. All meat and fish are imported from New Zealand or Australia, while fruit and veg are sourced locally. You can even add craft beers and over beverages to your delivery order.

Sheung Wan 上環

Home Flavour, G/F, 18 Possession Street

Home Flavour is a small French grocery store that rustles up fresh salads, warm baguettes and quiches to eat in or take away. There are five salads to choose from: Vegetarian, Chef’s, Ocean, Italian and Thai, each of which comes with a variety of fresh leaves and healthy tasty toppings. Big portions for just $65!

Juice stall, 288 Queen’s Road West

This unassuming juice stall has a great range of fresh fruit and veg on display so you can pick and choose what you fancy. They have some unusual smoothie options like avocado, papaya and star fruit, and as prices are very reasonable, you can enjoy creating your own combinations each day. Add a bit of ginger for that extra wakeup call or a Yakult to give your digestive system a boost.

Central 中環

Just Green, 52 Graham Street

If you’re just looking to grab something on the go, call in at the Just Green healthy convenience store. This all-round eco-friendly shop specialises in organic and anti-allergy food and drink, as well as vitamins, supplements and beauty products. There is a good range of raw food and superfood items, as well as energy bars for a quick snack.

i-Dextox, 12A, 12/F, Carfield Commercial Building, 77 Wyndham Street

For a full-on health hit, visit the i-Dextox superfood store on Wyndham Street. The shelves here are always packed with organic, gluten-free, vegan and low GI yummies, including Raw Organic Cacao, the superfood boasting the highest anti-oxidant properties. i-Detox is more than just a store, however, as this wellness education centre and nutritional lifestyle consultancy also offers urban detoxes, cooking classes and special events.

Life, 10 Shelley Street, Soho

Life brings a whole new meaning to the word salad: less tired looking lettuce and more exciting, filling options like quinoa, feta and beans. All salads here are vegetarian, and there are always around six to options choose from. Combine three salads in a small salad box ($45) or go large with five ($70). Juices are in abundance here too, so ask to see the menu for the range of shakes and mixes.

Mana, 92 Wellington Street

Mana offers takeaway salad boxes full of raw foods and wholesome ingredients (small boxes $65 & large $95). You can mix and match from five salad choices, with staples usually including a leafy salad, roasted veggies and a potato salad. Mana also has an exciting range of healthy drinks on offer, from wheatgrass shots to shakes. Try their Babylon, made with Banana, fig, Tahini and soymilk. Yum!

Just Salad, 30-34 Cochrane St

If you’ve noticed people walking around with bright orange, white and green plastic salad boxes, they’re all en route to Just Salad to get their daily salad fix. Purchasing (and reusing) the salad box entitles you to two free toppings each visit. Just Salad has an extensive standard menu, or you can customise your own salads by combining greens, toppings, extras and dressing options. Boxes start at just $55.

Admiralty 金鐘

Salad Bar, Great Food Hall, G/F Pacific Place

Build your own salads from your choice of raw and cooked vegetables and lots of protein-rich ingredients like meats, cheeses and pulses. This salad bar also offers apple and pineapple if you like to mix a bit of sweet with your savoury. Medium boxes come at $49 and large come at $59.

Ju-Ju, Great Food Hall, G/F Pacific Place

Ju Ju has an incredible selection of freshly squeezed juices and delicious juice mixes like Immunizer and sunset yoga. For the perfect energy boost, the ‘Dusk til Dawn’ range has something for all hours, from Morning Glow to Midnight Treat. Smoothies and Soya Silkies are also available.

Wanchai 灣仔

Mix, 1/F Sun Hung Kai Centre

Create your own healthy salads or go for a nicoise or ceasar classic at Mix. For something special, a Mix Deluxe salads should do the trick. Freshly squeezed juices are available, as well as a range of ‘Healing Juices’, which combine fruits to help fight fatigue and boost energy levels.

Life Deli, 50 C Johnson Rd

If you’re in Wanchai and in need of a decent fresh drink, Life Deli has a great selection of beverages, from bottled organic and fresh squeezed juices to fruity shakes and filling protein shakes.

Causeway Bay 銅鑼灣

S.F.B, City Super G/F, Times Square

S.F.B. offers ready-to-go salads as well as the option of creating your own salad boxes to take away. Their salads don’t shy away from carbs, so if you like to mix a bit of pesto pasta, potato and mayo into your salad, this is the place for you. Boxes cost $38 for 200g or $58 for 300g.

Juice stall, on the corner of Matheson Street and Russell Street

After picking up your S.F.B salad box, complete the healthy lunch with a freshly squeezed or blended juice from the stall on the corner or Matheson and Russell. This place has no English name, but you can’t miss it because it’s loud and busy with the big queue and multiple blenders on the go at once. Enjoy!

Kowloon 九龍

Dressed, Level 2, Gateway Arcade, Harbour City Road

Create your own takeaway salad from a choice of five different greens, a selection of meat and fish options, such as fresh grilled chicken, steak and shrimp, as well as cheese and countless vegetables, and fruit and nut toppings. Dressed offers 26 different dressings, all freshly made daily.

Anything But Salads 6-10 Wing Lee Industrial Building, 54 – 58 Tong Mi Road, Mong Kok

Anything But Salads does exactly what its name suggests, serving up a whole range of organic and raw vegan food and snacks that shy away from the traditional obsession with salad. The enzyme-packed meals are prepared daily and can be picked up in store or delivered straight to your door. Anything But Salad also provides catering services for events, and you can even book a raw food chef to cook for you and yours in the comfort of your own home.

East Kowloon 東九龍

Pret a Manger, 1/F, Manulife Financial Centre, Kwun Tong

A classic for busy people, Pret salads are freshly made every day with the dressing separately to help keep the salads crunchy and crisp. Choose from eight ready-to-eat options, including Norwegian salmon and potato salad and proscuitto and trio bean.

West Kowloon 西九龍

Monsieur Chatté, Elements Mall, Shop 1091A

This deli and grocery store has ready-made French style salads to go, complete with couscous and ratatouille. There’s also a salad bar where you can build your own box full of healthy bits before picking from a range of delicious dressings. Monsieur Chatté also stocks good quality Alain Milliat juices, which are made with mature fruit so contain less sugar than normal processed juice. Flavours include white peach and cox apple.

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Source: Localiiz & The Kwiksure Blog

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