Have you ever said, “Happy New Year” in September? Our global mom, Yasuko, has! September 11 is the Ethiopian New Year. In Ethiopia, September 11 is the beginning of a new year.
In August, I introduced a few ways to reduce food loss. Today, I would like to introduce a way to reduce food waste. You may think that “reducing food loss” and “reducing food waste” are the same. Yes, the two may be the same in a broad sense. However, I would like to regard “reducing food waste” as an initiative of using what is generally not used, while “reducing food loss” is a way to prevent food which is supposed to be eaten from being throwing away.
On 24 July 2021, in an on-line workshop organized by Better International Cooperation (BIC), a Japan-based not-for-profit organization, our global mom, Yasuko, presented on agricultural value chain development.
Bread’s mission on the earth is to give energy and nutrition to human beings, so it should be fresh. How fresh does bread have to be in a bakery or café?
In my diary dated 10 July 2021, I introduced a nearby café selling carrots with bruises, which cannot be sold at the wholesale market in Japan where quality control is ‘beary’ strict. I bought some damaged carrots at the café. How did I cook them? You will see what I transformed them into. Scroll down, please!
The other day, I passed by a café near my apartment. Intrigued by carrots in a carton in front of the café, I stopped and read the notice on the box.
Whether the Tokyo Olympic Games should be held during the Covid-19 pandemic has been a controversy for more than a year. With many precautions being taken, the Olympics began in Tokyo on 23 July, welcoming athletes from all over the world. Now various competitions are taking place.
In Japan, the four seasons of spring, summer, autumn and winter are very distinct. There are some countries which do not have many changes in their season’s weather and are often dry or rainy. In Japan, we have a rainy season, too. Our rainy season is from the end of May to the end of July. The period has slightly changed due to recent climate change.
Hello, everybody. This is Bobby. I am back here! It has been a ‘beary’ long time since I wrote here last. I am ‘beary’ sorry for not having written for a long time. Yasuko, the EEN founder, our global mom as well, was working on restructuring the site. So, at the start of the new […]
Through working with Bosh Bosh, EEN contributes to Liberian women’s economic empowerment.