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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF OZHARVEST
61.3% of ozharvest's followers are female and 38.7% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 0.50%. The average number of likes per post is 234 and the average number of comments is 4.
Ozharvest loves posting about Food, Restaurants, Recipes.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR OZHARVEST
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF OZHARVEST
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 81.88 %
- Art & Design 67.59 %
- Fitness & Yoga 67.03 %
- Travel & Tourism 48.44 %
- Entertainment 48.08 %
- Healthy Lifestyle 47.44 %
- Beauty & Fashion 46.01 %
- Home & Garden 43.99 %
- Clothes, Shoes, Handbags & Accessories 36.13 %
- Children & Family 34.89 %
Today is International Chefs Day – but we don't need a single day to recognise OzHarvest's chefs, we treasure them every day of the year! Our chef team have been especially crucial during the Covid period. During this time, they've cooked 518,224 meals for people doing it tough across the country. Thank you chefs for providing food for hungry bellies and nourishment for the soul 👩🍳 (Photo taken pre-Covid)
Sales from @meredithdairy's special edition white lid jars support OzHarvest! For every jar purchased, a meal will be provided to someone in need 💛 Our Executive Chef Trav made this Crispy Kale and Cauliflower Stem Salad with @meredithdairy Marinated Goats Cheese. Spoiler alert: the trick is to use the goats cheese oil to dress the ingredients! Here's how you can do it at home... 🐐 Preheat oven to 190C. 🧀 Break cauliflower into florets. Slice the stems into long pieces and toss with oil from goats cheese. Sprinkle with fennel seeds and green onion then roast until coloured and tender. 🐐 De-stem some kale and lay on baking tray, drizzle with goats cheese oil and roast till crispy. 🧀 Toss some pepita or pumpkin seeds in a pan on medium to high heat until lightly toasted. 🐐 Combine the cooled cauliflower with some dill, red wine vinegar, cracked pepper and a little more goats cheese oil. 🧀 Place on a platter then garnish with chunks of goats cheese, broken up crispy kale and top with pepitas. The lucky few who got to taste Trav's dish all agreed – best roasted cauliflower ever!
Today is World Food Day, a day for us to come together as a community and acknowledge the more than 3 million Australians who go hungry every year. #Breakbread and share your meal virtually with someone who really needs it by donating to ozharvest.org. For the price of a morning coffee, OzHarvest can deliver 8 meals to someone in need. #WorldFoodDay2020 #BreakingBread
Tomorrow on World Food Day, we are asking those who can to #breakbread by donating the price of a meal to help feed someone in need. One of our supporters got into the spirit early this week by purchasing additional orders of Harvest Bites meals and gifting it to our OzHarvest Market customers so that they could enjoy an extra special dinner this week. If you are able, make a donation through the link in our bio and share your meal with the hastag #breakingbread. For every dollar donated, OzHarvest can provide 2 meals to Aussies doing it tough right now.
On World Food Day, October 16, you can help by raising awareness of hunger and support those who are struggling to put food on the table. This Friday, #breakbread by virtually sharing a meal with someone who needs it right now. For the cost of a morning latte or piece of vegemite toast, OzHarvest can deliver 10 meals to someone who really needs it. Share this message by snapping a picture of your meal and donate the cost of it to OzHarvest. For every $1 donation to OzHarvest, we can deliver two meals to a person in need. #BreakingBread
This week is Anti-Poverty Week and it may shock you to learn that over 3 million Australians live under the poverty line including more than 700,000 children. That number will surely grow during these testing times. There are so many reasons why people fall into a tough situation and no two stories of hardship we encounter are ever the same. We strongly believe in a country of abundance like Australia, no one should live without essential services, a roof over their heads and food to nourish them daily. It's more important now than ever to help your fellow Aussie and look out for those who are doing it tough. #APW2020 #endpoverty
Not all heroes wear capes – some wear masks! Thanks to Alasdair from @viralkindnesssydney who recently donated six boxes of face masks to our OzHarvest Market and Hamper Hub teams. It means so much to us to see the community looking out for our OzHarvest staff and volunteers 🦸♀️🦸♂️ #EverydayHeroes #wearamask
Your household could be losing $3,800 a year by wasting food 😳 Think of all the money you could save just by cooking what you already have and buying only what you need! Fight food waste and save your precious time, food and dough! #WasteFreeWednesday
Shout out to all the teachers for World Teacher's Day yesterday! OzHarvest believes that while food fills hungry bellies, education transform lives. We're so excited that our education programs FEAST, Nourish and NEST have returned to classrooms where possible, and gone digital for those who are unable to attend in person. (Picture by Vanessa Rowe before Covid)
"During the induction, when I learned more about OzHarvest’s mission, I was absolutely and totally hooked. I don’t like to waste food, and I always try to live sustainably, so volunteering with an organisation with a mission so relatable is such a great experience. Sometimes, I dream of starting a similar organisation when I go back home!" - Bayarmaa, OzHarvest volunteer Bayarmaa is an international student from Mongolia studying in Australia. When COVID-19 hit, she lost her job and as an international student was not able to receive government support. Bayarmaa turned to food relief at the OzHarvest Hamper Hub in Darling Harbour, which distributes nutritious fresh food and dry goods to people doing it tough. To show her gratitude and pay it forward, Bayarmaa now volunteers for OzHarvest. Thank you Bayarmaa and everyone in our yellow army! #YellowArmy #VolunteerAustralia
Wasting food wastes EVERYTHING – including precious water 💧! Our freshwater is already in short supply, so it’s crazy to think we waste so much of it producing food that never gets eaten! Our resources are precious, let’s value them by not wasting food 🌏💦 #wastefreewednesday #fightfoodwaste #foodwastefact #savewater
As the weather starts to warm up we’re firing up the BBQ 🔥 This inevitably leads to leftovers, but don’t let them go to waste! Here’s a delicious recipe for leftover grilled eggplant (you can use any grilled veggies for this delicious salad) 🔪 Chop eggplant up into bite sizes and toss with some cooked or tin chickpeas. 🍳 Heat in a small fry pan for 5 mins on low heat 💃 To make the dressing add a dollop of Greek yoghurt into a bowl, add a splash of water, salt and grated garlic – mix well. 🍆 Drizzle eggplant and chickpeas with the yogurt dressing. You can even add some tahini and extra virgin olive oil 🤹♂️🤹 - Toss well and garnish with chopped coriander and cayenne pepper for extra kick bit of a flavour kick! Enjoy! #wastefreewednesday #fightfoodwaste #whodoesthedishes #loveleftovers #nowaste Photo and recipe thanks to @whodoesthedishes ~ Lucy Leonardi
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