Indigenous crops enhance food security

Indigenous crops enhance food security

Read full article by Temwa Mhone @The Nation With 10 bags and a granary full of maize, 70 year-old Lovemore Tachokere enters the 2019/2020 growing season with a peace of mind on food. He is a proud farmer in Mbenderana Village, Traditional Authority (T/A) Kasisi in...
We’re turning to offbeat foods to survive a harsher climate

We’re turning to offbeat foods to survive a harsher climate

Read Full article @National Geographic PC: UC Davis, CWR The Bambara groundnut might not have a familiar ring outside West Africa. But this protein-rich cousin of the peanut, which grows well in harsh climates and poor soils, was on the priority list of a global...
Why we should go back to eating traditional foods

Why we should go back to eating traditional foods

Read full article by Kivutha Kibwana@Daily Nation Photo: NM Group Imagine a Sunday afternoon after church or any other day of rest. A family goes to a fast food joint for lunch in an urban setting. The menu: chips and deep-fried chicken or pizza. Alternatively, they...
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