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Sunday, February 5 • 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Choosing Plants to Create Positive Change FULL

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Although it may seem insignificant, what you choose to eat each day is one of the most powerful choices you can make for positive change. What you put on your plate is ultimately a vote for the reality you want to see around you. Our culture of excess and societal obsession with a highly processed, animal-based diet and its reliance on industrialised agricultural practices is having a detrimental impact on not only our health, but the environment too. Adopting a more plant based, organic and wholefoods diet is a massive step towards regaining control over you own health and contributing to our collective responsibility (kaitiakitanga) to take care of the environment around us.

Through a combination of years of suffering from ill health, a background in organic farming and environmental sciences and chefing, Megan May turned her passion for organics, food and years of struggling with illness into a thriving organic and plant-based food business. Credited as being one of the leading pioneers in the clean eating movement in New Zealand, through Little Bird Organics & The Unbakery, Megan is bringing a positive and fundamental change to the way kiwis are eating, and thinking about what they are putting in their mouths, one kimchi burger and macaroon at a time. 


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Megan May

In the few years that Little Bird Organics and its Unbakeries have existed, Megan May has cemented her place as one of Auckland's most important and influential chefs.  Jesse Mulligan, Food Critic from the NZ Herald wrote recently: "The two most important restaurateurs in Auckland right now are Al Brown and Megan May. Al Brown you will know of course — every casual eatery that opens in this city for the next 10 years will be judged... Read More →



Sunday February 5, 2017 12:30pm - 1:30pm
The Speakeasy

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