Tuesday 29th October 2019. Education at Kings College and to refrigerate or not?

October 29, 2019

We have Nigel Fossey with us from Kings College. Nigel is the Chief Academic Officer for the Kings Group. KC Panama is currently going through their inspection and Nigel is here to help and advise. We chat about many facets of education today including the inclusive education, the ability to apply learning to accomplishments and issues of mental health of pupils.

Gerry, Alison, Nigel.

In the last hour today our Feisty Foodie Sara Solomon is back with us and the topic? To refrigerate or not to refrigerate. That is the question! Today we’re discussing items that don’t belong in the fridge, so maybe you can even free up some space today! Some foods actually get worse in the fridge and lose flavor or can go moldy more quickly! Can you name 10 items that don’t go in the fridge?

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