by Mary Jane Edleson
SLOW FOOD BALI Heads to Terra Madre
Slow Food Bali Convivium Leader Mary Jane Edleson arrived this week in Turin, Italy, to attend the now unified Slow Food international events of Terra Madre (conferences, workshops and meetings on food and sustainable food production) and Salone del Gusto (food tasting fair) held from Oct 23 – 27.
The latest edition of this global biennial is dedicated to family farming and Slow Food’s international Ark of Taste project for the protection of biodiversity. This year’s event brings together a wide range of people in the food chain who together support sustainable agriculture, fishing and breeding.
Slow Food Bali is pleased to announce that Slow Food has fully sponsored the participation at Terra Madre 2014 of Prof I Made Supartha Utama, Ph.D., Director of the Center for Research & Development of Horticultural Crops, from the Dept of Agriculture, Udayana University, Bali. Prof Made Utama will be presenting in an Earth Workshop, entitled “Fewer Steps, More Trust”, where members of the Terra Madre network from around the world will discuss various solutions to shortening the distribution chain, from farmers’ markets to collective buying groups and other forms of direct sales.
The main focus of this year’s Terra Madre event is the Ark of Taste, the Slow Food project aiming at cataloguing 10,000 endangered food products in the world. In support of this goal, a huge Ark of Taste exhibition area will be located in the middle of the main pavilion where samples of endangered foods from around the world will be presented. Within the main event pavilion will also be the Terra Madre Kitchen, where every day eight different chefs from the Slow Food Terra Madre network will cook recipes from their country using Ark of Taste, food communities, and Presidia products. More information on the conferences and food events can be found here: http://www.salonedelgusto.com/
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Join us for an informative workshop celebrating all aspects of the amazing BANANA plant.
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Come join fellow Slow Food friends to celebrate local heritage fruit preserving.
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Come celebrate some of the most amazing Italians who have developed their own artisanal crafted foods right here in Bali.
Exploring how to make cheese using local ingredients here in Indonesia. A special project led by a Slow Food Bali member!
Jams made from fruits you have never heard of!
Experience the preparations & tasting of the renowned Smoked Bali Duck
All About Goats, Fine Chocolate and the Tastiest of Fresh Balinese Cuisine.
Learn the tradition of fermenting legumes for use in an assortment of nutritious recipes.
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