Below are a few resources we have found useful. If you have anything you would like to share, why not get in touch through the website or tweet or facebook us?
- The New Yorker – Against the Grain – Should you go gluten free? – Interesting debate about modern wheat
- New York Times – Beyond Quinoa: The New Ancient Grains – How chefs are going back to the the farmer to get new tastes out of old forgotten grains.
- The Wheat Gateway – Brockwell Bake’s wheat gateway brings together publicly available data for over 403,400 wheat lines from many wheat germplasm collections.
- The Food Programme – The Grain Divide – Dan Saladino discovers a worldwide movement of farmers, bakers and breeders rethinking and rediscovering wheat – from long-lost varieties and flavours to re-imagining the future of our relationship with this grain.
- Cereal- the award winning podcast by Farmerama. CEREAL tells the stories of those at the centre of a new grains movement where soil health, human health, and cereal diversity are prioritised, ensuring grains are more resilient in a time of climate crisis. With contributions from several of our members.
- Who Feeds Us…Who Feeds Us? is a chorus from the people who have fed us throughout the pandemic: people from all over the UK, of many different ages and beliefs, from different backgrounds, regions and classes; farmers, growers, community leaders, healers, chefs, beekeepers, and fishers. Over seven episodes, narrator Katie Revell will share with you the experiences of these people and explore what it really means to take on the responsibility of feeding and nourishing our communities. Join us, as we consider how the pandemic has made clear that food doesn’t come from shelves – and never did. Instead, food comes from the sea, the soil, and the hands of people.