Look back at the decade: Food
The second decade of the millenium saw the spread of permaculture in India
Taste in our DNA
That's what will dominate our food choices. But will we choose wisely?
जापानी फल, देसी जायका
अंग्रेजों द्वारा भारत लाए गए इस फल ने देश के लोगों को अपने स्वाद का कायल बना लिया। तकनीक के अभाव के कारण भारत ...
परंपरागत भोजन के रहस्य खोलती एक किताब
यह किताब आपको जीविकोपार्जन से जुड़े परंपरागत भोजन के बारे में बताएगी। यह किताब उस व्यापार के बारे में है, जो अदृश्य है और ...
Traditionally secure: The Baigas and their uncultivated foods
People belonging to the Baiga tribe mostly depend on forests and its plants for their livelihood. They possess the ability to recognise hundreds …
Food allergies: what you need to know about the role your skin plays
The reasons for the rise in allergies are complex, but the skin is now recognised to play an important role as a gatekeeper for the body’s …
Softer, processed foods changed the way ancient humans spoke
The range of available speech sounds used in human language has not remained stable since its origin
Indigenous food must be brought back to plates, say ecologists
Local food crops should be preferred over GM crops to address deficiencies, say experts at Bhubaneswar food sovereignty meet
Indian olives: The most under-utilised fruit crop
Jalpai, the Indian olive, is an under-researched fruit which is used to make sweet and sour recipes
These pods are proving to be profitable
Yongchak is a Manipuri legume used in salads, pickles and delicacies
Not so wild: Sickle senna is widely available, nutritious but not much known
Sickle senna, a widely available but little-known herb, is ready to take on the pharma industry
Thar’s friend: Meet tiny melon kachri
This drought-tolerant fruit turns short of gold upon drying and changes the fate of all those associated with it