Soil to Soil Booklet - Party Office
Soil-to-Soil grows from the idea that healthy soil is the basis for a healthy planet. This mode of consumption includes habits that cause no harm to the environment and in fact help in processes of regeneration. Food production has a huge impact on the environment. [...] By continuing to develop aware-ness as consumers, establishing sustained relationships with ethical sources and keeping in mind the carbon footprint of the product. The Millet Kitchen takes utmost care to put these guidelines into practice. All the raw materials are sourced from small producers. The raw materials used are selected by taking into account their ease of growing and impact on the soil. In 2020, Soil-To-Soil Meal were gatherings hosted digitally and in person where Aru offered some recipes, the invited guests all cooked those recipes together and exchanged ideas around food and intersectional social conditions around it.
This is a publication of the recipes and composting methods, along with an amazing center fold with an illustration by @minor_grace
The book is designed by @furqanjawed_
Edited by @shaunakmbani
Published at the Lumbung Press.
Lumbung Kios are exhibiting in Economics the Blockbuster as part of Manchester International Festival. They are a global network of artists forging a self-driven, sustainable economic model for selling their work, and provide merchandise with a purpose.