59 Min.

The Storytellers are the Farmers (Ancestral Ghanaian Foods) ft. Abena Asase Ba

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Researcher, writer and food consultant Abena joins Michelle to discuss ancestral Ghanaian foods. Abena talks about collecting the narratives of our ancestral foods, documenting the knowledge of farmers in Bolgatanga Upper East Region, valuing African traditions as equal, prioritizing the voices of residents, women farmers, how to NOT replicate colonial behaviours, how we can support small scale farmers and much more!
Join in on the conversation! Use the hashtag #AsaseBaPod.
 
SUPPORT
E-transfer or via PayPal to asasebapod@gmail.com. Thank you so much for your support.
 
SOCIAL MEDIA
Twitter
https://twitter.com/AsaseBaPod
Instagram
https://www.instagram.com/asasebapod/
TikTok
https://www.tiktok.com/@asasebapod
 
GUEST
Abena Offeh-Gyimah is a writer, a researcher, a food consultant, and an advocate for an indigenous food sovereignty system. Abena’s passionate about preserving indigenous plants, seeds, and seeks to work in collaboration with small scale African farmers to grow and preserve ancestral foods.
Social Media
https://www.instagram.com/livingtheancestralway/
https://www.instagram.com/addablooms/
Website
https://abenaoffehgyimah.com/
https://addablooms.com/
 
RELEVANT NOTES
Season 1 Transcripts
https://bit.ly/3eGiiDH
 
EMAIL
asasebapod@gmail.com 
 
HOST
This podcast is produced, edited and hosted by Ghanaian Canadian Michelle (pronouns: she/her). She is also the creator of the theme music.
 
#ghanaian #ghana #podcast #african #africa #culture #ghanaianpodcast #africanpodcast #oraltradition  #oralhistory #canadian #ancestralfoods #bolgatanga #ghanaianfarmers #food






 
 

Researcher, writer and food consultant Abena joins Michelle to discuss ancestral Ghanaian foods. Abena talks about collecting the narratives of our ancestral foods, documenting the knowledge of farmers in Bolgatanga Upper East Region, valuing African traditions as equal, prioritizing the voices of residents, women farmers, how to NOT replicate colonial behaviours, how we can support small scale farmers and much more!
Join in on the conversation! Use the hashtag #AsaseBaPod.
 
SUPPORT
E-transfer or via PayPal to asasebapod@gmail.com. Thank you so much for your support.
 
SOCIAL MEDIA
Twitter
https://twitter.com/AsaseBaPod
Instagram
https://www.instagram.com/asasebapod/
TikTok
https://www.tiktok.com/@asasebapod
 
GUEST
Abena Offeh-Gyimah is a writer, a researcher, a food consultant, and an advocate for an indigenous food sovereignty system. Abena’s passionate about preserving indigenous plants, seeds, and seeks to work in collaboration with small scale African farmers to grow and preserve ancestral foods.
Social Media
https://www.instagram.com/livingtheancestralway/
https://www.instagram.com/addablooms/
Website
https://abenaoffehgyimah.com/
https://addablooms.com/
 
RELEVANT NOTES
Season 1 Transcripts
https://bit.ly/3eGiiDH
 
EMAIL
asasebapod@gmail.com 
 
HOST
This podcast is produced, edited and hosted by Ghanaian Canadian Michelle (pronouns: she/her). She is also the creator of the theme music.
 
#ghanaian #ghana #podcast #african #africa #culture #ghanaianpodcast #africanpodcast #oraltradition  #oralhistory #canadian #ancestralfoods #bolgatanga #ghanaianfarmers #food






 
 

59 Min.