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“Slow food – long life: lost traditions back to kitchen”
Agreement Number – 2018-1-PL01-KA204-050747
The Erasmus+ strategic partnership project „Slow food – long life: lost traditions come to the kitchen” was implemented in a partnership of five organizations from Poland, Estonia, Italy, France and Slovakia. The project was coordinated by SERiL EUROPEA Polska.
The main target group was mentors, lifelong learning staff members from partners’ institutions, as well as educators and adult teachers.
However, the final beneficiaries were adult learners, including people with fewer opportunities due to long-term unemployment, women aged 50+, people from rural areas, people with low education, migrants, refugees and national minorities.
The overall objectives of the project were to improve the quality of adult education and more the specific objectives of the project included:
* share within the project partnership the good practices in the field of adult education, especially in the field of „slow food” and culinary heritage;
* search for forgotten recipes, restoring them to use, recording them in the form of video, presentations or photos illustrating the culinary traditions, and the creation of E-Book with these materials which is available online for everyone;
* promoting the social and educational value of European cultural heritage.
The diversity of forms in which project activities were conducted and slow food practices were shared initiated an innovative approach when old recipes and lost culinary traditions were used once again with new ingredients and cooking technology.
The innovation of the project is in the rediscovered cultural heritage and cooking recipes returned back to our kitchens.
Both the tangible and intangible results will enjoy a long-term impact, since the newly developed competences will ameliorate the work of the involved organisations, and ensure the sustainability of the project’s objectives, while the E-Book will be continuously used by relevant stakeholders. The promotion of slow food, healthy lifestyle and return to old traditions and recipes in an innovative way to culinary is the added value of the project „Slow food – long life: lost traditions back to kitchen”.