• Fabulous Freekeh Breakfast

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

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  • Freaky 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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  • 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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  • Afghan Curiosities Vol. 2

    With our series Curiosities we regularly offer you exciting, amusing and bizarre information from all walks of live of our partner countries…

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  • An artist on the trigger: A capture of hope and reality.

    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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  • Why is freekeh such a health booster?

    Freekeh is a “nutrient-rich food considered to be especially beneficial for your health and well-being” – some even call it a superfood! It has several benefits and is unique in its high amount of fiber, which is two times more than quinoa.

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  • Agriculture and politics in Palestine – 2

    Considering all the limitations that result from the occupation, it is not surprising that agriculture and consumption are important sites of resistance.

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  • Agriculture and politics in Palestine – Part 1

    The conflict between Israel and Palestine has been a pressing issue for years and no resolution seems to be in sight. At this stage, it is the Palestinian population…

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  • Winterly Freekeh-Salad with Brussels sprouts

    Today we will cook a truly simple but ingenious meal! A winterly warm Freekeh salad with Brussels sprout!

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  • Freekeh stuffed peppers

    It is Friday which means we will be providing you with another protein booster to withstand the weekend parties. These Freekeh Peppers can be enjoyed by vegetarians …

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  • Think outside the box – explosive cookies and suspicious bags

    How a small Arab cookie box caused a panic in Pennsylvania (US), inspired us to think about anti-Arabic resentments and provoked to develop the design of one of the limited rewards for supporters of our campaign Get Freekeh – the „this is just a bag“- bag!

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  • “A place that should not exist”

    Every thirty minutes „Le Shuttle“ takes passengers from Calais in France to Dover, a city in the United Kingdom, just right through the Eurotunnel. The trip costs about 50 euros – for anyone owning the right coloured passport.

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  • Conflictfood and Slowfood

    Food equals pleasure – tasty and responsible enjoyment. This is why Conflictfood is looking for culinary specialties from conflict regions, in order to strengthen their local structures…

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  • Autumnal Freesotto

    Let’s cook saffron risotto! Saffron is probably one of the most exotic, rare spices, we know not everyone knows how to use the king of spices properly. …

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  • Saffron lemonade – a return of summer with every sip

    Let’s cook saffron risotto! Saffron is probably one of the most exotic, rare spices, we know not everyone knows how to use the king of spices properly. …

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  • Welcome to Herat – Pearl of Chorasan

    The famous poet Rumi himself was carried away by the beauty of the city Herat – it is not for nothing that he described her as „Pearl of Chorasan“. Nowadays there are only a few buildings left to tell us about the glorious past of Herat…

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  • Afghan Curiosities Vol. 1

    With our series Curiosities we regularly offer you exciting, amusing and bizarre information from all walks of live of our partner countries…

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  • Afghan poppy trails and versatile dependencies

    Poppy, semiotically the flower has an innocent connotation almost sounding cute. Visually, the sea of faded pink and white blossoms in a poppy field creates a romantic atmosphere. But, after the harvesting the sweet flowers dramatically change their meaning….

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  • ‘A nation stays alive when its culture stays alive’

    At the centre of old Kabul, barely 100 meters away from the destroyed presidential palace, the pile of the National Museum is located …

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  • The House of Peace ‘Paiwand-e-Noor’

    Children are the future of every country. Therefore their education is one of the most sustainable projects that a society can invest into …

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  • Game of Drones

    Combat Drone Attacks – between Video Game and Real Brutality. Two sergeants of the US Air Force are sitting in comfortable leatherette seats …

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  • War Rugs

    Nomadic tribes living in the area of today’s Afghanistan perfected the art of knotting rugs – today the Afghan rug is well known all around the world. However …

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  • Conflictfood cooks saffron risotto

    Let’s cook saffron risotto! Saffron is probably one of the most exotic and rare spices, and we know that not everyone knows how to use the king of spices properly. …

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  • Saffron

    A legend in Greek mythology says that Zeus slept on a bed made of saffron. The Phoenicians already …

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  • Next Organic Startup Award Winner!

    We are totally happy and very pleased to have won the Next Organic Startup Award! …

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  • Herat Women’s Collective

    In 2008 the Afghan Institute for Rural Development founded the Association for the Cultivation of Saffron. Initially this was dominated by men.

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  • Afghanistan – a sad outcome

    An assessment of the past 15 years of occupation and war revealed how immensely the US and its allies have failed in Afghanistan. The war in Afghanistan has …

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  • History of Afghanistan

    Afghanistan, which now appears as a barren mountainous country with scarce resources and a long series of violent conflicts …

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  • Afghanistan was the first country we visited

    In November 2015 both of us travelled to the Afghan western province Herat where we bought saffron from a women’s …

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  • Why Conflictfood?

    We want to make our contribution to fighting the black and white perception of the reasons why people have to flee.

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  • Conflictfood – This is us

    Both of us are interested in integral political contexts, global issues, but also in smart regional solutions. Both of us are interested in integral political contexts, global issues, but also in smart regional solutions.

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