Frau Gerolds Garten, the idiosyncratic restaurant and concrete backyard in Zürich, Switzerland, is ready to take the battle in opposition to meals waste to a complete new stage in March with a pop-up event that can stop meals from heading to landfill.
During every week of the Rübis & Stübis event, an skilled from Zürich’s restaurant and meals trade scene will create an thrilling menu utilizing meals that was about to be thrown away by supermarkets and restaurant suppliers. They will then help Frau Gerolds Garten’s workers in cooking it. The restaurant may even attempt to not create any meals waste within the kitchen in March.
‘We want to raise awareness about how limited our planet’s sources are and the way every certainly one of us might help to protect them,’ Carla Taube, supervisor at Frau Gerolds Garten, informed Lonely Planet. Each day her staff checks again with their suppliers in the event that they have any meals left that they’ll not promote. The staff then integrates this stuff into the menu. ‘Of course this is not food that has already gone bad,’ Carla was eager to emphasize. ‘It is, for example, one day old bread, or veggies that have a weird shape that are considered too ugly to sell, but that are otherwise perfectly edible.’
This is the third 12 months that Frau Gerolds Garten has run themed occasions in March. Last 12 months cooks from throughout the world added flavours from their native delicacies to the menu. This 12 months sustainability is entrance and centre and ‘Rübis and stübis’ is a Swiss-German expression meaning consuming all the things ‘from nose to tail’. ‘Not only do we use food that is about to be thrown away, but we also try to use up every bit of it,’ Carla elaborated. ‘We did, for example, create an éclair made of egg shells.’ The clients appear to be having fun with the theme as nicely. ‘I had no idea this could taste this good’ and ‘I didn’t know this about meals waste’ are the 2 forms of suggestions we obtain probably the most,’ mentioned Carla.
Rübis & Stübis is held at Frau Gerolds Garten till 31 March. Information and reservation particulars could be found right here.
Words: Claudia Peter