Category Archives: Sikhism

Powerful, poetic and playful – heaps of praise for Faith in Food

Beautiful… amazing… engaging… powerful and poetic… that’s what people are saying about our new book Faith in Food – changing the world one meal at a time. The book was published by Bene Factum Publishing and launched at The Wesley, Britain’s … Continue reading

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A triple-helping of food and faith

Food, Faith and Culture is an excellent CBS news video report examining the role of food within the Islamic, Jewish and Sikh faith traditions. There are some lovely stories told by interesting characters –  that is, if you can drag your … Continue reading

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EcoSikh’s organic triumph

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EcoSikh, one of the Alliance of Religions and Conservation‘s partners, has successfully held the Indian press to account by pointing out – very politely – that an article in The Tribune did not give both sides of the organic versus non-organic … Continue reading

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Mumbai’s onion scandal and ARC’s first Delhi workshop

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Just as the United Nations’ food agency was preparing to release shocking new figures showing record high food prices in Asia, faith delegates in Delhi were meeting to discuss sustainable food and farming at ARC’s first workshop in India. But even before … Continue reading

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