I started cross-posting with my friends at The Big Ceci a couple months ago. They are an amazing collective of food activists and lovers, and you should definitely check out their blog. Here’s a little about them:
1. A round yellowish seed, used widely as food.
2. The leguminous Old World plant (Cicer arietinum) that bears these seeds.
We believe that linking the pleasure of good food with a commitment to our communities and the planet is a key element of the world we want to help build.
This blog will be a space where we can share knowledge, resources, and skills that preserve local food traditions, elevate our consciousness about what we eat and how we eat it, support and create our own alternatives to the unhealthy and destructive industrial food system, and indulge in the sensuality and wisdom of the culinary arts. We are excited to curate an inspiring collection of recipes, photographs, stories, articles, conversations, and other resources for those of us who are attuned to the connections between plate, planet, community, health, and culture.