The FEZANA Talks #9: Food Sustainability, Creativity & Conservation During COVID-19

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The FEZANA Talks #9: Food Sustainability, Creativity & Conservation During COVID-19
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COVID has changed the way we eat, cook and live in many ways — good and bad. This discussion hosted by FEZANA (the Federation of Zoroastrian Associations of North America) focuses on the impact of the pandemic on the food supply chain, and how it affected the availability of the basics, leading people to get more creative in the kitchen. Everything from making our own bread to using leftovers to create new unexpected meals, has allowed people to ramp up their cooking skills, rely on sustainability and be more conscious of food wastage. Historically resembling the ways of our ancestors.
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Date
9/19/2020
Date Created
9/12/2020
Contributor
Niloufer Mavalvala, Naomi Mobed, Jehangir Mehta
organizer
Vera Dinshaw Springett, Arbez Shroff Patel
Denomination
Zoroastrianism
Audience
All audiences/General public
Faith Based Organization
FEZANA
Issues
english Farms, Food, Gardens
english Restoration
english Human Health & Well-being
english Hope

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Federation of Zoroastrian Associations of North America (FEZANA) Organization