Cultural Sustainability, Foodways
It’s almost hard to believe Rind is home to a world-renowned winemaking facility. “We’re in the remotest village in Yeghegnadzor,” Zorik Gharibian says proudly.
The enormous 240-gallon clay vessel, or karas, was nestled snugly in the corner of Asli Saghatelyan’s maran (storage cellar) in Chiva, a modest village in the Vayots Dzor region of Armenia.
Foodways, Traditional Knowledge
For as long as they have lived in the country’s highlands, Armenians have harvested the indigenous edible green plants, transforming them into cherished dishes.