The quality of the meat from laying chicken breeds is just as high as the meat from broiler chickens. Only the preparation time is a little longer. Pulled chicken is a perfect complement to the freshness of our mangos in this salad. Recipe by Nicole Giger, Mag’s Frisch
If you want to buy honey produced in Switzerland or Germany, you'll find it at farm shops or delis. But you're unlikely to find it at the supermarket and gebana doesn't carry it either. The reason is simple: local beekeepers don't produce enough to meet the current demand.
Our Brazil nuts come from Coopavam in Brazil. The cooperative provides an income to more than 300 families in the heart of the rainforest. Co-founder Luzirene Coelho Lustosa explains how she helped make the small-scale project a success and thereby protect the forest in a country where deforestation and huge monocultures are everywhere.
Wonderful breads can be baked from the millet species Fonio. Whether aromatic Fonio sourdough bread with a nutty flavour or gluten-free bread made from your own Fonio starter - Fonio is the basis for these delicious bread recipes. Recipe from Alexis Görtz, Edible Alchemy
Pilau fonio – a West African ingredient meets East African cuisine. Pilau is a traditional dish from Tanzanian cuisine. It is a particularly popular choice for serving on holidays like Christmas and is normally prepared with rice. But fonio is also wonderfully suited. Cinnamon, cardamom, pepper, allspice and a pinch of ginger transform the fonio into a veritable explosion of flavour. Recipe by Velvet & Vinegar, whose husband comes from Tanzania.