Posts tagged with "legumes"



Videos · 12. November 2020
Case study leaders have taken videos, showing their work and achievements as well as challenges they face.

Work package updates · 02. October 2020
As part of a student project for WP3: Nutrition and product development at Universidade Católica Portuguesa, a children's cookbook with legume recipes was created by TRUE student assistant Eva Lingemann. The book can help to familiarize consumers with the diversity and child friendliness of legumes and legume dishes

Work package updates · 16. September 2020
Cooking together with legumes - in pandemic times only a digital opportunity, everyone in her and his own kitchen. Report about the Disco Soup event organised by Slow Food.

Work package updates · 08. September 2020
Bread and cereals have been the symbol of nutrition for the world's population for many centuries. This also applies to legumes like for example peas, beans or lentils. Thanks to the progressive development of technology, it is now possible to combine the best of both worlds by processing the legumes into flour and then working them into a dough, thus producing a tasty and qualitatively improved bread.

Videos · 12. August 2020
As part of the field trip during the 2nd TRUE LIN Workshop which took place in Porto, all TRUE members were invited to a show cooking event at "Mercado de Bolhão".

Interviews · 17. July 2020
Interviews with members of the Intercontinental Scientific Advisory Board (ISAB) of the TRUE project: The members introduce themselves, they state why they think the TRUE project is crucial at this time and describe the innovative approach of it and they talk about examples for transition paths.

Case study reports · 07. July 2020
Training video for cattle and sheep farms on "Optimising the benefits of clover in grassland" as part of the webinar "Let's talk cattle and sheep".

Videos · 02. July 2020
TRUE Project Coordinator Pete Iannetta on the valuable contribution legumes can make to crop rotation.

Case study reports · 04. May 2020
Dan Clavin has made a pre-recorded presentation on CS2 for the Irish Farmers Association (72,000 members) that was presented at a virtual conference on smart farming on April 30th 2020.

Reports · 19. February 2020
The world’s first “climate positive” gin has been created by UK scientists — using the humble garden pea. Five years of research at Abertay University and the James Hutton Institute in Scotland, in collaboration with Arbikie Distillery, has culminated in the release of new gin, Nàdar.

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