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How we cook affects our planet. Each month, share your sustainable recipe and win the chance to cook it with renowned chefs the Roca Brothers in their award-wining restaurant El Celler de Can Roca.
How to participate
To participate just follow these 4 steps:
- Take on the challenge. Every month, the Roca Brothers will use the SDG Fund social media accounts to launch a unique sustainable cooking challenge that will require you to come up with an innovative recipe idea.
- Cook it. Prepare a recipe that offers a unique approach to food preparation. You can share your recipe via simple write up, video or with photos.
- Share it for good. Get involved through Facebook (SDGFund page on Facebook will publish the challenge on a post and users must participate on its comments), Instagram (publish your recipe using the hashtag #Recipe4Change) and Twitter using the hashtag #recipe4change tagging @SDGFund so the Roca Brothers and their team can discover your sustainable recipe. Tell us what makes your recipe special in terms of sustainability. Per each entry received, Ebro Foods will make a donation to SDG Fund’s nutrition and food projects.
- Spread the word as part of the #recipe4change social media wall. The SDG Fund and Roca Brothers will curate a selection of the most creative and innovative recipes and will build a special social media site to showcase all recipes entered.
The Roca Brothers will select and showcase one outstanding #recipe4change. And at the end of the contest, the recipe that best promotes sustainable cooking will be declared the winning #recipe4change.
For each entry received, Ebro Foods will make a contribution to SDG Fund’s nutrition projects. This means your recipe will have a direct impact on the lives of people all over the world.
The global challenge winner will spend a day in famed restaurant El Celler can Roca in Spain preparing the #recipe4change in the Roca’s kitchen and dining with the Chefs.
Each monthly challenge winner will receive an autographed copy of the Roca Brothers’ cookbook .
But, in the long term, perhaps the best prize is knowing you are helping to advocate for greater food security, healthier diets and a more equitable planet.