- Here, take more! Before I can say no, doña Sebastiana jam has filled up yet another serving of tasty vegetable and chicken soup. I look out over her towering kitchen garden up in Pueblo Nuevo, north of Nicaragua. She runs agro-ecologically, in keeping with nature. As long as you play with nature, there is no food shortage in poor countries.
I remember this visit to the alkali-poor Nicaragua and an old guerrilla lady as I now, many years later, sit with a fresh book in my hands that is just devoted to tasty, local and sustainable food, and agriculture. It is written by a nestor in Avis-Norge, the Nation's longtime columnist Kari Gåsvatn. Now she strikes with a genuine contribution to the debate about agriculture, food production, belonging. . .
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