Stewards of Food Culture and Biodiversity: Voices from the Northeast
Indigenous communities of Northeast India are guardians of its unique biodiversity and food culture.
Why Odisha’s Tribal Women Are Returning to Their Natural Roots for Guidance on Food
These women are going back to their native wisdom to, at least, secure the health of their coming generations.
The Case for Millets: Despite Calls by Scientists and Activists, The Coarse Grain Remains Unavailable Under PDS
Even during peak drought years, millet crops don't entirely fail. And every acre that grows millets over rice saves 6 million litres of water.
The Slow Food Junior Chef’s Academy Summer Camp
"You use hing (asophetida) in your cooking, but do you know what it actually is? No? Then go and find out."
Millets should be in PDS, says lobby
On the MiNI's national campaign to bring millets (which are nutritious and suit India's agro-climatic conditions) into the PDS.
Tribal crops find a haven
A tribal settlement in a Wildlife Sanctuary has turned into a treasure trove of traditionally grown, highly pest-resistant and protein-rich crops.
Why Delhi must think beyond water ATMs
Water Supply through water ATMs is probably an excellent option to fill specific gaps where there is no water supply (in Delhi), on a temporary basis.
Maharashtra Village Women Take Charge of Ration Shops, Ensure Fair Prices & Food for All
Women in Korchi village of Maharashtra run a ration shop to ensure that their family members are getting nutritious food throughout the year.
The Divine Connection
If one is shifting from their usual dietary plan to another, the process has to be slow.