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Fonio moringa: The indigenous salad of the Ghana Food Movement!

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Torino, Italy

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September 28th at 13:00 in your time zone


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Wisdom Abiro is a young Indigenous chef from Bolgatanga in far northern Ghana. He currently lives in Accra, at the opposite end of the country, and is head chef of the Ghana Food Movement, a network of cooks and farmers, scientists, nutritionists, entrepreneurs, and more, all on a mission to illuminate the potential of Ghanaian food.

Chef Abiro is an innovative spokesperson for his country’s native gastronomy who never passes up a chance to share his love of Ghanaian ingredients like baobab, moringa, fonio, sorghum, tiger nuts, dawadawa, and shea, and to show the world the extraordinary potential of these and other West African specialties.

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  • Zoogala salad (fonio moringa), a West African street food that is consumed at any time of day. It is made from boiled moringa leaves, which accompany steamed fonio, couscous, and black-eyed pea fritters. All of this is seasoned with suya (a Ghanaian spice blend) or chili powder and onion-infused oil.

This event is on sale on our website until September 24. During Terra Madre, you can check in with Events Reception to find out if there are still tickets available.

Terra Madre Salone del Gusto is presented by Slow Food, the City of Turin, and the Piedmont Region. We look forward to seeing you at Parco Dora in Turin from Thursday, September 26 – Monday, September 30. Through food, we can rediscover ourselves as part of nature. #TerraMadre2024.

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Piemonte – Torino - Parco Dora, Parco Dora – Aula Cibo
Ingresso Corso Mortara - Torino (Italy)
GPS: 45.0901115, 7.672939

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