Fermenting food in Scotland’s schools: A design-led dissertation project — Part 4: Findings

Figure 4.1.: Synthesis of the interviews’ findings

1. Summary of the findings

Figure 4.2.: The systems of food education and of the introduction of fermentation workshops in primary schools in Scotland

2. Discussion of the findings

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