#CocinaXTuVecino is the OLIO initiative that invites people to prepare meals from home to share with neighbors and family.
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OILO #CocinaXTuVecino, an initiative that invites people to prepare simple meals from home to share with their neighbors or families who need them, was presented by the international application for reducing food waste.
The platform’s secure “contactless” collection system can help families affected by Covid-19, vulnerable people, or those who have to leave due to work and have no time to prepare their food, such as: B. medical and cleaning staff. .
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“It is time to demonstrate once again the great ability that we Mexicans have to work in the community in times of crisis. #NextKitchen This gives us the opportunity to ensure that our neighbors do not go hungry, share food safely and do not have to leave home during this pandemic, “said Cecilia Migueltorena, OLIO representative in Mexico.
This initiative is supported by national chefs such as Elena Reygadas, Eduardo García and Raúl Mendiola from the famous Margarita´s Kitchen Bar and by international chefs such as Alice Waters, James Martin and Bettina Campolucci with the aim of letting people prepare dishes to Having fun in a tight space.
“You don’t have to be a cook, you can cook something as simple as spaghetti, freeze it in small portions and divide it on the shelf. These little actions have a big impact and it is something we can all do in these times to contribute to society and stay at home together, ”said Tessa Clarke, co-founder of OLIO.