Building better experiences for creators and consumers of food

Elizabeth Yorke

Hi there!

I’m Elizabeth, a chef turned food researcher, writer and an advocate for sustainable food systems.

I’m the co-founder of Edible Issues, a collective that is fostering thought and conversation on the Indian Food System, and the founder of Saving Grains, an upcycling food initiative inspired by the historically circular relationship between brewers and bakers.

Collective opportunities have allowed me to travel widely and work with food historians, chefs, scientists and artists.

Experiences of being a recipient of the young chefs grant at the Oxford Symposium of Food and Cookery, a MAD grant recipient (Copenhagen) and a research fellow at the Future Food Institute’s Food Innovation Program, has helped shape and build my outlook towards food and the food system.

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