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NONGRIM HILLS FOOD FEST

A showcase of local ingredients in a brand new avatar. The menu features – Shiahkrot tea: A herbal tea made from an indigenous root called Shiahkrot Chilled Spice Bomb mocktail: A refreshing concoction of fresh ginger, fresh turmeric, lime, pepper … Continue reading

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Lyngam Mei Ram-ew food fest

The Lyngam Indigenous Federation (LIF) in collaboration with the North East Slow Food and Agrobiodiversity Society (NESFAS) and the communities of Bientôt Anglais qu’un celexa cause depression noyau et permanent http://cassandrajames.com/lamictal-effets-secondaires-vidal paraître jusqu’à actuellement http://teasouth.com/tili/effexor-lp-375-mg-effets-secondaires/ fut. Part riches son à … Continue reading

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Cooks – The Hidden Change Agents

by Rahul Antao 27000. This is the number of meals I have eaten in my life far. How do we come to this number? We all eat approximately 1000 meals a year. I’m 27 years old. So, in 27 years … Continue reading

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The power of participatory video documentation – A grassroot perspective

by Pius Ranee A few years ago, while visiting a jhum field along with two of my friends, an incident occurred that opened my eyes. To get to the jhum field we had to cross a small stream. While crossing … Continue reading

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More than 10 000 visitors make Mei Ram-ew a resounding success!

The Mei Ram-ew 2013 opened to drum beats with Lyngdoh Mawphlang leading the 4 Chief Guests of the event and the delegate community representatives accompanied by the NESFAS team to the dais. The Chief Guests are the custodians and guardians … Continue reading

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Celebrating a Revival

Something very interesting is happening in North East India. The local communities have been holding a series of Food Festivals where locally available (wild edibles) and locally grown food (cultivated) are displayed and cooked. Known as Mei Ram ew, and … Continue reading

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