Preface PART 1: SOUTH AFRICA Chapter 1: Apartness Chapter 2: Florrie Chapter 3: Lemonade Chapter 4: Selma Chapter 5: Scarcity and Abundance Chapter 6: The Place I Called Home Chapter 7: Mandela PART 2: ISRAEL Chapter 8: Land of Hummus and Falafel Chapter 9: Israel Attacato Chapter 10: Socialist Motherhood Chapter 11: The Perm Chapter 12: Haifa Chapter 13: Exodus PART 3: AUSTRALIA Chapter 14: Ribbons and Bows Chapter 15: New Skin Chapter 16: Keys to Nowhere Chapter 17: The Dark Side Chapter 18: The Night that Changed Everything Chapter 19: Gourmet Repurposed Chapter 20: Soweto Chapter 21: City of an Angel PART 4: OZHARVEST Chapter 22: The Birth of OzHarvest Chapter 23: Corner Office Chapter 24: The Power of a Point Chapter 25: The Lunch Meeting Chapter 26: Tikkun Olam Chapter 27: Amma Chapter 28: Magic Yellow Apron Chapter 29: Byzantine Bureaucracy Chapter 30: Fishtails and Potato Skins Chapter 31: Jewel in the Crown Chapter 32: Take What You Need, Give If You Can Chapter 33: Bottling the Brand PART 5: TRUE CALLING Chapter 34: Tennis Strings Chapter 35: Silver Vixen Chapter 36: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow Chapter 37: Hearing the Unheard Chapter 38: One Little Starfish at a Time Chapter 39: The Ripple Effect Chapter 40: Spiritual Sustainability Chapter 41: One Warm Egg Chapter 42: Chocolate Cake Afterword Acknowledgements Index
Ronni Kahn is a South-African-born Australian social entrepreneur and founder of the food rescue charity OzHarvest. She is an advocate, lobbyist and activist renowned for disrupting the food waste landscape in Australia. She appears regularly in national media, serves in an advisory capacity to government and is a keynote speaker all over the world. Her mission towards sustainable action is supported through close collaborations with some of the world's finest chefs, including Jamie Oliver, Massimo Bottura, Neil Perry and Bill Granger. Ronni is an Officer of the Order of Australia (AO) and was named Australian Local Hero of the Year in 2010. In 2018, her journey became the subject of a feature film, Food Fighter, directed by Dan Goldberg. Jessica Chapnik Kahn is an Argentinian-Australian singer-songwriter, actor and writer. She has worked in theatre and TV, played in the bands of some of Australia's finest artists, and released two solo albums under the moniker Appleonia. She is the author of the children's book Lenny and the Ants and the poetry collection MADRE, which was inspired by the birth of her son, Lev. Jessica lives in Sydney and is married to musician Nadav Kahn. She is happy to call Ronni her mother-in-law.