"It means it is completely vegetarian and only certain vegetables are used and they aren't supposed to be cooked because that would harm the plant (although some were cooked in here I believe). They also aren't supposed use any spices or…"
A group for aid workers who love good food. Share your recipes, tips for cooking and eating well in the field, restaurant recommendations or warnings, pics of awesome (or awful) food, and general food-related banter.This group is moderated by AidSource member, Zehra Rizvi.Photo of a feast prepared for AidSource member Karen…See More
"Hey J. (and everyone else!),
First of all, thanks for taking the time to answer questions. Reading through all the replies so far has answered a lot of lingering questions I've had.
I'm graduating from college next year (undergrad) and I…"
A working group for students with interest in the humanitarian sector, and educators who teach subjects related to the humanitarian sector:Forums and discussions on matters ranging from how to select the right degree program to source materials for research and education topics.This group is moderated by AidSource Member Grace Bahng.See More
Aid/NGO worker based in the field, Student, Aid Critic, Skeptic, Cynic
Currently a student. Soon-to-be logistician and aid worker. Spend 1/2 my time in Sierra Leone. Being cynical and sarcastic is my profession. Occasionally optimistic. Far too freckled. Vegetarian. Francophone. Afrophile. Often Barefoot. Fan of African food. Extremely fond of cassava leaves and the occasional bush meat.