Travelling back to our traditional foods
Traditional foods are foods and dishes that are passed
through generations or which have been consumed many generations. Traditional
foods and dishes are traditional in nature and may have a historic precedent
in a national dish, regional cuisine or local cuisine. Traditional foods and
beverages may be produced as homemade, by restaurants and small manufacturers,
and by large food processing plant facilities.
Some traditional foods have geographical indications and
traditional specialties in the European Union designations per European Union
schemes of geographical indications and traditional specialties: Protected
designation of origin (PDO), Protected geographical indication (PGI) and
Traditional specialties guaranteed (TSG). These standards serve to promote and
protect the names of quality agricultural products and foodstuffs.
Traditional Foods Are:
in their original form, as they were Created— not modernized, not
processed, not packaged.
that has a long history of supporting good health.
that is whole and nutrient-dense.
that is simple and basic: meat and poultry, eggs, whole grains, fish, beans
and legumes, vegetables, fruit, nuts and seeds, dairy, fats.
Youths are bringing back our traditional foods, In
recent days, the young peoples concentrating better on our traditional
foods for health benefits. In recent research, it's been clear that these traditional
based old foods have high nutrition content. The people who following the many food
diets are turning back to the traditional foods because of its fat-free food content.
This traditional based food style will be depending
on our tropical climate condition. Only some of the foods will be suitable for
the tropical climate for digestion. These foods will have easy digestive as
well as high nutritive value.
After a food revolution, many of our food styles
have been changed into western types. The junk food took a great part in that,
and a few years after the young people had realized the real problem of junk
foods and turning back to our traditional foods.