When traveling the world, it allows me to broaden my understanding of the interrelationship between culture and food.
People rely on food, air and water to survive.
Food brings nutrients, flavor, conversation, emotions and memories.
In Toronto, Canada where I have called home for many years, fresh fruit and vegetable are home grown and imported. A glance of the produce in my local supermarket informs me that we import a lot from the United States of America, South America and some Asian countries. More so the case during the winter months. We label them conventional or organic. Continue reading