Free to Feed Cooking Class

Join us for an intimate three hour cooking class with Zalika from Ethiopia.

Free to Feed cooking lesson with Zalika

Eight students have the opportunity to go on a Melbourne Experience with RMIT Kirrip to cook at Free to Feed Fitzroy.

Free to Feed is a not-for-profit social enterprise where refugees and asylum seekers can share stories about their experiences through food. 

This class will be taught by Zalika. Born in the Oromia region of Ethiopia, Zalika's love for life is fuelled by the energy and happiness she draws from being around the people she loves.

The menu consists of Zalika's very own special dip, fried sambusas, doro wat, and more... and the best part is you get to eat it all after!

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