Food for Thought: Documenting Indonesian Produce

Start: 14 Apr 2018 | 15:30 - 16:30
Category: / Venue: Joglo. Festival Hub @Taman Kuliner (Google Maps)
Cost: Free

As one of the world’s most biodiverse nations with more active volcanoes than any other country, Indonesia’s soils yield a plethora of indigenous produce. But sadly, many have already been forgotten, along with their traditional cooking techniques. Listen in as these food enthusiasts describe the innovative ways they’re documenting and preserving Indonesia’s forgotten foods.

Sebagai salah satu bangsa dengan alam paling beragam di dunia dan gunung-gunung berapi paling aktif, tanah Indonesia menghasilkan banyak bahan makanan yang hanya dapat ditemukan di daerah ini. Sayangnya, banyak bahan makanan tersebut yang telah dilupakan, bersama dengan teknik memasak tradisional. Dengarkan para peminat kuliner ini menjelaskan cara-cara inovatif yang mereka lakukan dalam mendokumentasikan dan melestarikan makanan Indonesia yang terlupakan.


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