• A little tea lore

    What do black, green, white and oolong tea have in common? You guessed right, they all come from the same plant, called Camellia Sinensis!

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  • Chocolate Chip Freekies

    Conflictfood would like to let you know that these chocolate freekies are nutty and delicious, your roommate could easily finish them before you!

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  • Fotoausstellung “Faces of Afghanistan”

    In der Fotoausstellung “Faces of Afghanistan” bringen die drei Künstler*innen Rada Akbar, Christina Feldt und Gernot Würtenberger besondere Momente voller Lebensfreude inmitten des afghanischen Alltags vor die Linse.

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  • Milli Bau – mit dem VW-Bus alleine entlang der Seidenstraße

    Die Abenteuererin Milli Bau reiste in den 1950ern alleine mit ihrem VW Bus und ihrer Kamera und machte dabei auch Stop in Afghanistan – das Herz der Seidenstraße.

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  • Klub Kabul

    Willkommen im Klub Kabul! Bei kulinarischen Köstlichkeiten, Vorträgen, Workshops und meisterlicher Musik erlebst Du afghanische Gastfreundschaft.

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  • #17Ziele

    It is also clear that a holistic approach is necessary to guaranty crucial steps towards sustainable development. The SDGs integrate all 3 fields of sustainability: the environment, the social life and the economy.

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  • iF Social Impact Prize!

    A loudly shouted “yippie”, big surprise: We are proud to be this year’s winner of the iF SOCIAL IMPACT PRIZE 2018!

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  • The gardener in the palace ruin

    If there was flourishing tourism in Afghanistan’s capital Kabul, the „Darul-Aman“ palace would be the place to go for tourists. But the king’s palace…

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  • Saffron from Germany?

    Das edle Gewürz Safran hat bekanntlich seinen Ursprung in Zentralasien. Aber wer hätte das gedacht: Auch in Deutschland wird Safran angebaut. Mittlerweile gibt es in ganz Deutschland etwa 12 Safranbauern.

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  • Origin of Saffron

    Afghanistan’s neighbor country Iran is the biggest producer of saffron. Iran supplies more than 90% of the saffron world market. The Iranian …

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  • Conflictfood celebrates two years of existence!

    It was exactly two years ago when we were standing on the stage of the Social Impact Lab talking about our crazy idea…

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  • Palestinian olive trees – a peace symbol within water conflicts

    There are ways out of the water crisis in Palestine and they do not only depart from olive groves but even more from freekeh fields…

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  • Entrepreneurship in Myanmar – von Jella Fink

    It is the rural regions which are fiercely disputed. Precisely those remote areas in which the tea plants are thriving. Only with the permission of the state are foreigners allowed to enter deeper into this region.

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  • Freekeh soup – heartwarming and full of flavor

    It’s freezing cold today!  The best way to get through this chilly days is have a plate full of hot and heart-warming freekeh- soup. This soup is full of flavor and warmth with its many different spices. All you need to stay warm tonight is to do is follow these simple instructions:

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  • Myanmar – wohin geht’s?

    Wie steht es aktuell um das faszinierende Land Myanmar? Welche Rolle spielen Wirtschaft und Handel, Politik und Menschenrechte? In unserem Symposium wollen wir das Bild des Landes schärfen und die Frage klären, in welche Richtungen sich das Land entwickeln kann.

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  • Saffron Solstice

    Saffron, a popular spice desired all over the world. But on this unique day, December 13th, our neighbours in the high north become mad about the queen of all seasonings! In all Danish, Norwegian but especially Swedish cuisines you will find the delicious smell of saffron.

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  • A journey to the origin of the teas, Part 3

    It is the rural regions which are fiercely disputed. Precisely those remote areas in which the tea plants are thriving. Only with the permission of the state are foreigners allowed to enter deeper into this region.

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  • Freesotto

    Give the Italian classic a try with an ancient grain from Palestine…

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  • A journey to the origin of the teas, Part 2

    As we reach Hsipaw the sun is standing high up in the sky. On the train platform women balance wide baskets on top of their heads and hand out lunch meals through the windows.

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  • The tragedy of the Rohingya, Interview

    Ethnic tensions have shaped the multi-ethnic state of Myanmar. In particular, the borderline racist disdain towards a specific group seems very worrying: it is the minority of the Rohingya that prays and looks differently than the Buddhist majority.

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  • A journey to the origin of the teas, PART 1

    Conflictfood takes you on a journey through the country of the golden diversity. All the way from Mandalay to the North-Shan – the origin of the teas!

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  • It’s a long road to democracy for Myanmar

    Myanmar, the land of the golden temples and the red robes. The nation in the heart of South-East Asia has a mysterious reputation that precedes it.

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  • Silkroad’s bright spot

    An exotic spice, worth almost as much as gold, no wonder there is more cheating going on in saffron than almost any other product.

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  • Snack-Attack: Saffron–Popcorn!

    Do you like your popcorn sweet or salty? Whatever! Saffron is the essential ingredient!

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  • Taboule

    Who can’t relate? Coming home from a long day of work, hungry but no motivation to cook…

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  • Fabelhaftes Freekeh Frühstück

    There is no way, your day could start any better than with the energy booster we call Freekeh!

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  • Freaked Fruit Salad

    This fresh and fruity Freekeh-Salad makes us crave for summer even more.

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  • Fasting, Religion & Health

    Detox and body cleansing are concepts which you can read all over the place these days. Fasting it seems, is coming more in fashion especially in the West…

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  • Let’s bake “Hefezopf” – a typical German yeast pastry

    Easter marks the beginning of spring and the time of traditional dishes and of course copious meals with friends & family….

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  • The Saffron-Question: Real or Fake?

    An exotic spice, worth almost as much as gold, no wonder there is more cheating going on in saffron than almost any other product.

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  • Back flips on the ruins of Kabul

    Something is changing in Kabul. A group of youngsters refuse to accept a status of unemployment and a hopeless future. The Kabul Parkour Boys – Afghan pioneers of the acrobatic type of sport called parkour…

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  • Buy saffron and do something good!

    In autumn 2016 we were able to bring the first donation to our partner educational institution in Afghanistan….

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  • Saffron Solstice

    Saffron, a popular spice desired all over the world. But on this unique day, December 13th, our neighbours in the high north become mad about the queen of all seasonings! In all Danish, Norwegian but especially Swedish cuisines you will find the delicious smell of saffron.

    More  →
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