“Hippocrates believed food was the human's medicine. Today, food is the reason that people need medicine”. That's what Radiki (‘Chicory’ in Greek) states, a small community project in Raches village [el] in Messenia, Peloponnese. In their website, they argue that people should return to authentic food forms, as they have become too addicted to artificial mass product tastes. The community cultivates only with local traditional Messenian seeds and their products include wild greens, olive oil, trachanas (traditional Greek pasta) and sundried fruits. You can support the project by donating here.