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Sri Lankan Mushrooms

Inspired by my time in Asia, I have blended several spice mixes this month. One being a Sri Lankan inspired blend. It has a beautiful hint of cardamom running through it and is perfect for curries or an accompaniment for roasted vegetables. Below is a simple mushroom recipe that is ready to eat in only

Growing a Food Revolution

To fuel change you need food. Every community should have food that they are proud to call their own. A connection to our food and the soil it is grown in is missing from our society. It has been for a while and we feel it is time to change this.

Sri Lankan Spice Mix

  The latest spice blend to find its way over to the Happy Food Coop Sri Lankan Spice Mix Recipe Type: Spice Cuisine: Indian Author: Happy Food Coop Prep time: 5 mins Total time: 5 mins Serves: 20 g A delicious spice blend from Sri Lanka Ingredients 1/8 tsp Cardamom 1/4 tsp Chilli 1 tsp

Organic Food, Community Cafe and the next Happy Drinks

Over a month has passed since the first Happy Drinks event at Oakes Barn, the Happy Food Movement is up and running with so many great ideas coming together in Bury St Edmunds. The next Happy Drinks is Tuesday 4th April at Edmundo Lounge, we will be upstairs from 7 pm. Again, all are welcome. The

Declaration of Intent

We, the Happy Food Coop, declare our intention to work towards improving the local food system by creating a locally-driven and sustainable food system that contributes to the health and well-being of Suffolk and its residents. The first step will be to achieve the Sustainable Food Cities Bronze Award. The following individuals and organisations have declared

Food Coop Rules

We will endeavour to keep the cooperative as simple as possible. Rules You are a paid up member of the cooperative or agree to pay your membership with your first order. You will provide your own containers for the produce or agree to pay an additional fee for an require packaging Food will be available in

What is the aim?

The Happy Food Coop believes food is more than just food; communities are built around it, health depends on it and it has the power to unite people and causes.

The aim is simple, to create a locally-driven and sustainable food system that contributes to the health and well-being of Suffolk and its residents.

Sustainable Food Cities Bronze Award

The Sustainable Food Cities network promotes a cross-sector approach to building a sustainable food network in your local area. It offers three awards to monitor and recognise your work in creating stronger local food links. The document below sets out the areas that will need to be covered in order to achieve the award SFC