The hipster hunger for superfoods
A hundred million of India’s indigenous peoples are compromising on food security to feed a global fad.
Read more about it in my news article at Scroll.in India's digital daily
Traditional knowledge and food culture of forest-dwelling people holds the key to India’s challenges regarding malnutrition, climate change and food sovereignty.
Purabi Bose, Ph.D.
Passionate about nature and social policy, Ms. Bose is a mountaineer/ trekker, drummer, polyglot (only ten languages), leads a less materialistic lifestyle and loves traditional cooking & feeding.
She is perseverant, and values her freedom of being an independent woman.
Ms. Bose is a versatile social scientist and has aptitude for creative communications.
A 'people person', her academic background is in social anthropology, environmental science, food science and human development.
You might be interested to read her reviews on various cultural events at Culture Call