July 24, 2021

July 24, 2021


(06/21) During the Cooking Science theme, the Eco Warriors also learned to make recipe booklets. As part of an emotive activity, they drew illustrations or chose their food photos after each cooking activity. Later, they researched these dishes using their tablets to find the history and nutrients contained in their food. This booklet served as informa...

July 22, 2021

July 22, 2021


(06/7) After learning about various cuisines from a variety of cultures, the Eco Warriors concentrated on Balinese dishes. The class was divided into small groups of 4 – 6 people and each group chose the Balinese food they wanted to cook, such as nasi yasa (yellow rice served with chicken), serombotan (mixed kale, long b...

July 20, 2021

July 20, 2021


(06/21) To enhance their knowledge about culture and food, our Eco Warriors learned to cook food from various cultures as part of the theme, Cooking Science. They chose the food to be cooked at four posts. They selected satay at the Balinese Cuisine post, papeda (Moluccan and Papuan sago porridge) and klepon (ball-shaped rice ...

July 15, 2021

July  15, 2021

In the Cooking Science class (06/21), our Eco Warriors made a variety of dishes using wood-fired stoves. There were several posts featuring different dishes like betutu (whole chicken filled with Balinese spices then roasted in a husk fire), pizza, barbecue mushrooms, and grilled mackerel. The students were divided into four groups and they took turns to cook at all ...

July 13, 2021

July  13, 2021

Our Eco Warriors worked together to sketch their body parts such as brain, lungs, liver, kidneys, heart, and bones using one of their group members as a pattern. They also discussed and researched the foods needed to maintain the health of each body part, They drew carrots for eyes, milk for bones, and papaya for digestion - the foods they felt were nutritionally ess...

July 10, 2021

July  10, 2021

Last week, Eco Warriors learned about rice, the staple food of Indonesian people in general. However, on this occasion, they learned to process rice in other forms, such as tumpeng (yellow rice shaped into a cone), nasi kuning (yellow rice coloured with turmerIc), nasi liwet (rice cooked in coconut milk and spices), nasi uduk (rice cooked in coconut milk), and ...

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