For adults and children ages 7 and older.
City of Bellevue and King County Library System are partnering to offer a Greener Living virtual class series on Zoom.
Are you eating all the food you buy? Watch hands-on examples of how to make the most of food at home including how to store foods for maximum freshness, what labels on food containers mean, how to turn leftovers into lunch and more. Learn how to properly sort different types of takeout containers. All participants will receive electronic resources such as recipes for using unusual parts of food (i.e. carrot tops), a storage guide for ways to store fruits and vegetables to make them last longer, and information on what can be composted in Bellevue.
If you have specific questions concerning reducing wasted food, please email email@example.com. Your questions will be answered during this class.
Registration required by June 23 at 5pm. Your Zoom invite will be emailed to you by 11am on June 24.
Other programs in this series:
Become a Super Sorter-Proper Disposal and Handling of Unwanted Items: Wednesday, July 1, 1-2pm
Presented by the Newport Way, Bellevue and Lake Hills Libraries.