Spinach leaves transformed into yummy treats

Cubs and scouts from 1st Edenvale,1st St Benedicts, 1st Hellenic, Alexandria and Waverley found a yummy way to enjoy spinach when they visited Thembalami Care Centre on November 16.

Over 30 children spent a happy time in the centre’s large food garden, learning how to harvest spinach and herbs. Thembalami’s Amon Maluleke had a wealth of information on food gardens to share with the young visitors.

They then took their harvest to the activity centre in the Max Ordman Deaf Association (MODA) wing at Thembalami, where they made nearly 100 spinach and herb muffins. These were shared with the MODA residents.

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