Beans can link not only countries, but also continents, as is the case with with these Ark of Taste pulses from Poland; their social pulse links Poland and Brazil, with Latvia and Italy also taking playing a part in this bean music. The name of the bean variety Polska Fasola z Orzełkiem (PFO) literally means …
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This year Terra Madre will happen in every corner of the planet. We are excited to unite our global networks and communities and make this the best and most inclusive Terra Madre ever!
We are inviting the Slow Food network to contribute good, clean and fair events to the Terra Madre 2020 programming, both with digital events and in-person gatherings. Terra Madre will highlight the good work that you are doing, and invite new people to join the global movement.
Fishing is traditionally a male activity—or at least, it is perceived to be—but women also play a crucial role in many fishing cultures. In this Forum, nine women (fishers, fishmongers, processors, chefs, etc.) came together to talk about their skills, knowledge, and experiences in the seemingly male-dominated world of fishing. Claudia Orlandini, of the LIFE …
The revolution against climate change, can be a delicious one. This was the resounding message of last night’s conference at the Nuvola Lavazza in Turin, as part of Terra Madre Salone del Gusto 2018. One radio producer and three exceptional chefs from very different backgrounds. Dan Saladino from The Food Programme on BBC Radio 4 held court, while Pierre Thiam, Claudia Albertina Ruìz Santiz, and Olivier Roellinger answered his questions and shared their experiences. What does climate change look like to a chef, and what can chefs do to act against it.
Livestock farming and agriculture developed together more than 12,000 years ago. Since then, man has always cultivated the land with the help of animals, but industrial agriculture has broken this link. But is it possible in the future to envisage agriculture without the help of animals? And what characteristics should it have?