Food Not Bombs Community Potluck…Join Us!!!!07:38 PM
NEW POSTERS!07:31 PM
Planning Meeting Tomorrow (July 21st) @ 2530 Gottingen Street, Apt. 301 (during regular Sunday cooking time, 10:30am ~ 1pm)10:19 PM
The Dalhousie Gazette recently published an article featuring an interview with one of us about Food Not Bombs.
My incisors barely miss the sticker on the pear. I peel off a label that reads USA. I imagine the pilgrimage of this produce—the oil spent for a pear to meet my teeth today. Students between classes, trying to equalize caffeine-depleted blood glucose levels, can find it hard to ward off scurvy, let alone make ethical food choices.12:45 PM
Food Not Bombs (FNB), an international movement with a presence on campus offering a warm scoopful of something beaned and tasty, demonstrates food context. And hungry students aren’t the only ones fed by Food Not Bombs, says Matthew Murray, a decade-long member.
“Being thanked by people for the meal because it’s the first thing they’ve eaten all day can really drive home the disparity between different groups in our society, and can put your own problems into perspective,” he says.
We’re terrible at updating our website, but we’re great at cooking food! We continue to do two servings a week, and here are some recent photos.
Cooking up a storm at the Roberts Street Social Centre.
Delicious food available at the North End Library.
A youth project helped us cook a couple of weeks ago, and we had a great turn out at the serving outside the Spring Garden Road Library. Check out all these people eating our food!
Some of the aforementioned food.