You specify allergies and other food preferences on the registration form. We will do everything in our power, within reason, to meet these requests, however, if you are super allergic we recommend a backup plan.
How to get a free meal
There would not be any Double Wars if it wasn’t for all our fantastic volunteers. Taking a shift or two in the kitchen is not only appreciated, but also highly recommended – the crew is great and we have a lot of fun together. And if that’s not enough: if you work a shift you get that meal for free!
There are two morning shifts for brunch and two afternoon/evening shifts for dinner.
No cooking skills required!
Youth under 15 y/o are especially encouraged to sign up for coffee duty (which is by far the most important job in the kitchen) and stamping food tickets.
During brunch we serve traditional, modern breakfast items to be able to accommodate everybody’s morning meal needs. This includes, but is not limited to, yoghurt, bread, porridge, eggs, cornflakes etc, and sometimes even pancakes or bacon or Swedish specialties. And most importantly: Coffee and tea.