Local Nepali Food

June 15, 2010

“Local food (also regional food or food patriotism) or the local food movement is a ‘collaborative effort to build more locally based, self-reliant food economies – one in which sustainable food production, processing, distribution, and consumption is integrated to enhance the economic, environmental and social health of a particular place’ and is considered to be a part of the broader sustainability movement. It is part of the concept of local purchasing and local economies, a preference to buy locally produced goods and services. Those who prefer to eat locally grown/produced food sometimes call themselves locavores or localvores.” – wikipedia

Gundruk

Kinema

Mesu

Pakku

Sisnu

Chhurpi

Kodo ko Roti

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2 Responses to “Local Nepali Food”

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  2. Ian said

    Great technical discussions of the preparation. It’s good to see the investigation of potential health risks to the unsuspecting or unwary. Keep up the good work.

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