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Natalie Shafrir is a writer and creative thinker mainly using food as her starting point.
Raised in Tel Aviv she created mostly for the small and speedy city as the project manager of Time Out Tel Aviv magazine and then as a freelancer. she has done creative work for several restaurants and brands such as Campari, Stella Artois and others. Her solo Project ‘SALA’, a series of underground food jam sessions was titled one of the 20 best culture events of 2014 by some of the city’s leading artists and foodies.
Today she is a student at the university of Gastronomic sciences in Italy, traveling the world and writing about its different people and cultures from the eye of the plate.

Photo by Michal Luft

Articles
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Aliya or The Ingathering of Exiles

The diversity of foods is in fact one of Israel’s strongest…
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Lampedusa, a Mediterranean Hotspot

The sea was beautiful. It was calm and ambiguous. As if…
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Milpa, when Corn wasn't golden yet

Corn in Mexico used to have hundreds of different colors.…
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A Female Fat Reform Please

Fat is energy and energy means power and the subject of…
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Ama, the Women of the Sea

The time underwater is called “the 50 minute battle”…
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Does Nature Have a Moral Compass?

The disease of Kuru is transmitted from human to human,…
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A Conversation of Conservation

Adopting western agribusiness practices in India harmed…
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The Story of Timbaktu and its 19.000 Women

It started with nothing really. They began meeting for tea.…
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From Conquer to Conquest – The Story of Vietnamese Coffee

It was all a bit surreal – as every first time should…
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The King of the Mediterranean


Something about the sturdiness of its form, the nobility…