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Eat Local Week at Solitude Farm Auroville with Krishna & Joy Of Impermanance

 
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UpF3GtewiMU

Why should we eat locally, what grows locally and how do we cook it? These are questions that some of us ask...
Joy Of Impermanence is a community project created in the township of Auroville in India. One of our dreams is to live sustainably and in order do that we should eat locally.
For one week we decided to take part in an experiment of eating only what is locally grown in Auroville Tamil Nadu India three meals a day. This took part in Solitude farm in Auroville, with the guidance of Krishna the founder.
Watch and discover what is locally grown in Auroville and all the health benefits and delicious recipes we learned in one week of eating at solitude farm.
 
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