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Recept: moussaka met dupuislinzen

Dupuis linzen-1

Moussaka is een Griekse ovenschotel met als basisingrediënten aardappels en aubergine.

Ingrediënten

voor de moussaka:
100 gram (dupuis)-linzen
100 gram aardappels
1 grote aubergine
genoeg (frituur)-olie
1 ui, in ringen
1 courgette, in plakjes
bouillonblokje
chilipoeder, paprikapoeder, zout

voor de saus:
klont margarine
2 eetlepels gebuild meel
1 eetlepel gistvlokken
soja- of rijstemelk
nootmuskaat, peper, zout

Bereiding

Kook de linzen met een bouillonblokje in 2 keer zoveel water tot het water op is en/of de linzen gaar zijn. N.B. Dupuislinzen blijven stevig.

Schil de aardappels en snij ze in schijfjes. kook ze een paar minuten in, laat ze in het water staan. Ze moeten niet helemaal gaar zijn als ze in de oven gaan. Giet het water dus af voor het zover is.

Bak de aubergine in schijfjes in olie die goed heet is, tot ze zacht is. Voeg op het laatst de ui en de courgette toe. Haal alles uit de pan en bestrooi met zout..

Maak een witte saus door de margarine te smelten en daarna het meel erdoor te roeren. Voeg telkens een beetje melk toe onder goed roeren. Als een gladde saus is ontstaan, de overige ingrediënten toevoegen.

In een ovenschaal eerst de aardappels, dan de linzen en dan de groenten scheppen. Hierover de saus gieten. Het mag goed onder staan.

Plaats de schaal in een voorverwarmde oven op 200 graden. Ongeveer 20 minuten.

Design for Life

categorieën: films, Permacultuur

This 68 minute feature documentary by British videographer Sam Collins tells the story of two scientifically trained baby boomers who saw cracks emerging in the global ecosystem and started the adventure of their lives, to perfect an abundant, sustainable way of living.

Annemarie and Graham Brookman’s quest for the principles of sustainable living took them to 40 countries but ended when they encountered permaculture, a design system for sustainable living created by David Holmgren and Bill Mollison. It was everything they needed for a bold experiment, giving them a set of principles and techniques with which to plan their lives and a small farm to assess and perfect this new way of living.

The film traces the physical and economic challenges they overcame: lack of capital, smallness of scale, droughts, floods and the loneliness of the pathfinder, to become one of the World’s iconic permaculture properties and one of Australia’s most awarded organic farms, The Food Forest.

The movie explains the ethos and planning principles of permaculture through a range of interviews with David Holmgren, Graham and Annemarie Brookman and other designers. It also gives an insight into the thoughts of ‘permaculture children’ whose generation must fix the exploitative foundations of global economics.

Design for Life illustrates the spacial and energy planning of  The Food Forest as well as tracing the development of direct sales through farmers markets, the phenomenon of WWOOFing and the spin-off enterprises of eco-tourism and short courses.

There is a sting in the tail of the film when Holmgren and Brookman address the World’s urgent needs for educational, economic and environmental reform and illustrate a model for the planning of sustainable cities.

‘Design for Life’  moves on from the string of eco-disaster documentaries that have raised public awareness and provides a glimpse of the way forward, ‘prosperity without growth’, leaving viewers hungry for more. 

In addition to the 68 minute movie the ‘Design for Life’ DVD includes a detailed 25 minute virtual tour of The Food Forest which explains the workings of the sustainable strawbale home and each of the enterprises that are stacked into this certified-organic, hive of activity – vegetables, fruit and nuts, herbs, chickens, geese, agroforestry, biodiversity, value-adding, water, compost, waste cycling, wine, cider and vinegar.

Additional notes

The movie was made on a Mac laptop on the kitchen table at The Food Forest.
Pre-launch screenings at the National Permaculture Conference and for the Roseworthy Old Collegians have both been welcomed with standing ovations.
Radical ecosystem designs such as incorporating micro-kangaroos into their horticulture and extraordinary water harvesting, storage and irrigation systems show the application of permacuture technologies.
The virtual tour of The Food Forest explains the workings of the sustainable strawbale home and each of the enterprises that are stacked into this certified-organic, hive of activity - vegetables, fruit and nuts, herbs, chickens, geese, agroforestry, biodiversity, value-adding, water, compost, waste cycling, wine, cider and vinegar.

Rich action footage spanning almost 40 years and the information-rich soundtrack make for compelling viewing. Clever use of still shots and aerial views and lovely animations of water and nutrient recycling systems graphically explain the dynamics of sustainable design.

'Design for Life' is the culmination of an intensive partnership between the English film-maker Sam Collins, Australian permaculture designer Graham Brookman and graphic designer Kath Read. Sam and Graham have produced over 25 short educational films for the 'Food Forest TV' channel on YouTube.

Bron

- foodforest.com.au