Lots of exciting things happening — more than ever before and here are some upcoming spaces for food conversations that we are excited about —
#72 – Ten Minute Issues, Mind Games, Business of Food, and More
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#71 – Gud Jaggery, Muringakaya’s Migration, Schezwan Dosas, And More
Hello, 🥳It’s our birthday week — and it’s been FOUR years since we started making this newsletter. What started out as a small email to friends and family with five curated stories a week (we hardly […]
#70 — Dairy Diaries, Clim-Ate Struggles, and #PricesCrisis
Hello, India’s agricultural system has seen a lot of uncertainty this past year, with many struggles and a few triumphs. The Farm Laws being repealed have led to different stakeholders learning different lessons. Some about […]
the banana zine
Join us in this deep dive into the banana world. What if you could taste, smell, and experience bananas? Some of our major insights from the Banana Split Panel Snippets of the banana exploration through […]
Here’s #oilyouneed on Edible Oils
So while oils like rice bran are slowly making their way into the forefront, what truly is the future of oil in India?
#69 – Biodiversity, Meat Matters, & #OilYouNeed
India has gone from having levels of self-sufficiency in oils, to becoming the biggest importer in the world. All of these factors also tie in very closely to culture, nutrition, livelihoods, and our agricultural landscape.
edible goes Bananas
As we start off our adventures together (and Not a-kela), here are some articles we thought you should keep your eyes peel-ed open for.
#68 – Going Bananas, Women Owning Land, Soy Sauce Jalebis & More
The humblest of all fruits, the banana, is something we take for granted. It’s perhaps the ubiquity of it being everywhere: the corner shop, the gourmet market, to some it’s art and to some the same is protest.
#67 – Cookbooks, Decentralizing Digital, a Spot of Tea and More
Before we try to reclaim Indian Food from the western gaze or “decolonise” food, we should respect each other’s cuisines, and protect them from our own nazar.