Do good food and a lazy day make you bloom? The soil, too, flourishes when given organic nutrients, a cozy cover of green, and plenty of rest (without us digging into it).

Give or take

A varied diet is good for our health, and the soil needs that variety, too. Organic manure and compost are the perfect meals for a fertile, healthy, soil.

Wearthy Food

Without our clothes we would be exposed to sun, wind, and rain. The earth works the same way. It prefers a healthy cover of plant life to prevent exposure.

The living skin

Staying hydrated is important for your health. The soil needs water just the same. Without water the ground would wither away, much like we would.

To the ground

A packet of crisps or a dive in the ocean makes for a wonderful summer day. Too much, salt, however, is bad for us, and the soil is no different. Many crops wither and die when exposed to too much salt.

Soil over field

Healthy intestinal flora contributes to a healthy nutritional intake, just like a healthy amount of organisms in the soil helps plant life flourish. Sustainable soil management will keep this process from being disturbed.

Guts and ground

The soil prefers pesticide-free food, because pesticides will eventually end up in the soil, where they can do irreparable damage to the fragile ecosystem.

What’s your favorite
earth?

The microcosm of life in the soil makes for a foundation we can build on. Without that life there would be no food, and without food there would be no people.

Solid grounds

Music: Racoon - Bottle of Wating Whisky

Text & Photography: SFYN Academie 2015 

Without the earth below our feet there can be no food, and without food there would be no people. The photo series Solid Grounds, created by the bright young minds of the Slow Food Youth Network Academy captures the special relationships between humans and the ground they walk on. The life underneath projected on our skin.

Give or take

Without our clothes we would be exposed to sun, wind, and rain. The earth works the same way. It prefers a healthy cover of plant life to prevent exposure.

The living skin

A varied diet is good for our health, and the soil needs that variety, too. Organic manure and compost are the perfect meals for a fertile, healthy, soil.

Wearthy Food

Do good food and a lazy day make you bloom? The soil, too, flourishes when given organic nutrients, a cozy cover of green, and plenty of rest (without us digging into it).

To the ground

Text & Photography: SFYN Academie 2015 

Without the earth below our feet there can be no food, and without food there would be no people. The photo series Solid Grounds, created by the bright young minds of the Slow Food Youth Network Academy captures the special relationships between humans and the ground they walk on. The life underneath projected on our skin.

Staying hydrated is important for your health. The soil needs water just the same. Without water the ground would wither away, much like we would.

Solid grounds

The microcosm of life in the soil makes for a foundation we can build on. Without that life there would be no food, and without food there would be no people.

The soil prefers pesticide-free food, because pesticides will eventually end up in the soil, where they can do irreparable damage to the fragile ecosystem.

What’s your favorite earth?

Healthy intestinal flora contributes to a healthy nutritional intake, just like a healthy amount of organisms in the soil helps plant life flourish. Sustainable soil management will keep this process from being disturbed.

Guts and ground

A packet of crisps or a dive in the ocean makes for a wonderful summer day. Too much, salt, however, is bad for us, and the soil is no different. Many crops wither and die when exposed to too much salt.

Soil over field

Overview magazines

Food Inspiration Magazine is the online magazine for foodservice professionals in search of inspiration and innovation. With the magazine we collect, enrich and spread inspiration. The free subscription magazine is published eight times per year and is an abundant source of inspiration for food and hospitality professionals. Our readers can be found in the U.S., Northern Europe, Latin America and Asia.
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