Magazine article New Internationalist

Reasons to Be Cheerful

Magazine article New Internationalist

Reasons to Be Cheerful

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Waste not...

...what you can eat is the philosophy behind Britain's first no-waste restaurant, Silo. The Brighton eaterie makes its own beer, pickles, bread and flour, and the toilet flushes with recycled water. Owner and chef Douglas McMaster brought the concept over from Melbourne, Australia, where the first restaurant was born. British-born McMaster serves only a handful of dishes every day, including a 'wild card' for the brave. Feeling peckish yet?

House of many

'A rabbi, a priest and an imam walk into...' It may be a classic joke, but for Berliners it could come true. In four years' time, Berlin might have a single place of worship for three monotheistic faiths - Christianity, Islam and Judaism. The 'House of One' project, supported by an imam, a rabbi and a Protestant pastor, will be paid for by the very people it caters to, through donations. …

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