The publication explores the meaning of agriculture and guides the reader into new territory, where food, ecology, and culture converge. In the food systems of South Asia, the margin between cultivated and uncultivated biodiversity dissolves through women's day-to-day practice of collecting and cooking food, constituting a feminine landscape. The authors bring this practice to light, and demonstrate the value of food production and consumption systems that are localized rather than globalized.Essays on the Poverty of Food Policy and the Wealth of the Social Landscape Farhad Mazhar, Daniel Buckles ... the diet with the micro- Pressing samples for laboratory analysis. nutrients contained in the greens. Some 79 different uncultivatedanbsp;...
|Title||:||Food Sovereignty and Uncultivated Biodiversity in South Asia|
|Author||:||Farhad Mazhar, Daniel Buckles|
|Publisher||:||Academic Foundation - 2007-01-01|