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Brazilian chef Alex Atala, who runs the ground-breaking restaurant D.O.M. in São Paulo, is today’s guest at the #UNISG Academic Table. Atala is famous for exploring Brazil’s traditional ingredients, particulaly those from the Amazon rainforest… Timeline
Free online: An early #Christmas gift from the #UNFAO and Slow Food… Timeline PhotosNow available: “Quinoa in the Kitchen” a new joint #UNFAO and @[151947218195428:274:Slow Food International] recipe book. Get your FREE online copy of this
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Veggies at the liquor store-and other out-of-the-box ideas for bringing real food to your community. http://t.co/90IkzzeHWV Veggies at the Liquor Store—and 5 Other Ways to Bring Food to Your Communitywww.yesmagazine.orgOut-of-the-box ideas for putting healthier food on
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Food Tank: The Food Think Tank has compiled a list of 25 healthy, indigenous fru…
Food Tank: The Food Think Tank has compiled a list of 25 healthy, indigenous fruits and vegetables from around the world, many of which belong to the Ark of Taste! Is there an endangered native food from YOUR area that should join the list? Tell us about it here: http://bit.ly/19q6Mku !
25 Indigenous Fruits and Vegetables Promoting Health All Over the World
Many indigenous fruits and vegetables are in danger of abandonment and extinction. People are trying to catalogue as many traditional varieties as possible.