A cooking workshop was created in Moulins (Allier) to learn how to make oneself eat. Relearn the basics of cooking and better food, the consequences are beneficial in many ways. “You can not eat ready-made meals all the time, it’s expensive, and when you’re cooking, you can come up with small ways to make dishes,” says a trainee with satisfaction. An initiative soon spread across France The Food Bank had the idea to launch these workshops, seeing the fruits and vegetables stay in the stalls. “Before, parents cooked, taught children how to cook, the modern world went by, and we started on what I call the microwave generation or McDo,” says Jean Mieudonnet, head of the food bank. Moulins. These workshops will take place once a month in Moulins. The Food Bank intends to implement it throughout France.