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Food for Thought | Endangered Foods: Balinese Salt and Sugar

Start: 01 Jun 2024 | 15:00 - 16:00
Category: Venue: Indus Restaurant. Jl Raya Sanggingan Ubud (Google Maps)
Cost: 1-Day Pass for IDR 150,000 | 3-Day Pass for IDR 300,000 BUY TICKET

Is Balinese sea salt and palm sugar nearing extinction? As integral yet endangered artisanal foods, they face a looming threat, and their significance to Balinese cuisine and culture prompts great concern. Our speakers discuss the good, the bad, and the ugly about these treasures, highlighting the urgent need for preservation efforts. Can we safeguarding these culinary legacies for generations to come?

Apakah garam laut dan gula aren Bali telah mendekati kepunahannya? Sebagai makanan tradisional yang integral namun terancam punah, makanan ini menghadapi ancaman besar dan signifikansinya terhadap masakan dan budaya Bali menimbulkan kekhawatiran. Pembicara kami dalam sesi ini akan membahas sisi baik dan buruk dari ‘harta karun’ kuliner ini sekaligus menyoroti pentingnya upaya pelestarian. Bisakah kita menjaga warisan kuliner ini untuk generasi yang akan datang?

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