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The Slow Food Ark of Taste project continues to catalogue and highlight endanger…
The Slow Food Ark of Taste project continues to catalogue and highlight endangered and near-forgotten foods. A recent addition is chawarmishky, a sweet sap of American agave which today is unknown to most young Ecuadorians. Do you have any foods from your childhood that today risk extinction? Nominate them for the Ark! http://www.slowfoodfoundation.com/ark
“As a child I felt very attracted to this delicious liquid and because of that when taking walks with my nanny we looked for the [agave plants] with holes to drink the juice.“
– Gabriela Bonifaz
Chawarmishky, a sweet sap of American agave, is an indigenous product that today is unknown to most young Ecuadorians. The @[154561158047000:274:Slow Food Ark of Taste] wants to help raise awareness and add value to this product that is so important to the native culture of the inter-Andean corridor.
What endangered food from your childhood do you want to save? Nominate it to the Ark of Taste: http://tinyurl.com/arknominate !