fbpx

All posts of Prashant Kurup

Farmizen Tribes Changed My Life

Understanding the effects of chemicals in our food is a bit like one of those things that once you know, you can’t help but notice it all the time. You can’t un-know the damage you are doing to your body. I found myself in a peculiar situation because, at the time, Farmizen didn’t deliver vegetables […]

What are free range eggs and why are they the better choice?

Did you know that for every human, there are nearly 3 chickens on earth! Numbering at nearly 19billion, they are bred to fill the insatiable appetite of human beings for eggs and chicken meat. But how are they really bred at such a massive scale? Unfortunately, to achieve such scale, there are shortcuts that are […]

RCEP could spell disaster for farmers in India – But why?

Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership – Four words that have taken India by storm over the past month. This only made news when the news broke about India pulling out of the deal citing concerns about damage to India’s domestic industries especially the agricultural sector. Farmer groups have been protesting the RCEP deal ever since the […]

Tangy Avocado Dip Recipe by Veganosaurus

Good ingredients inspire recipes. We love to show off when a member of the Farmizen community shows their appreciation towards the food the farmers grow with so much love. We recently listed a batch of avocados from Narayan Reddy’s farm. Inspired by the quality of the fruit this Farmizen subscriber – @veganosaurus has put together […]

What Is The Best Breakfast?

Breakfast has always been a really confusing meal. Between the marketing machinery telling me that cereals give me the ideal start to my day and my mom making aloo paranthas, I’ve never really known what the ideal breakfast should be. I recently came across this video which made me realise my entire childhood chocos and […]

When Did We Stop Caring About The Food We Eat?

I was born and brought up in a city so as far as I was concerned, my food source was the vegetable seller who came by my house or the aisles of identical produce on the shelves at the supermarket. We used to visit my native village in Kerala every other summer holiday and the […]