Many questions about food were raised during global lockdowns that changed the way we cooked, ate, and shopped for food. For some, it was a matter of survival: "Where else can I get fresh vegetables, meat, some eggs?" For others, it was about seeking comfort: "How long more before I can eat street-food again?"
Soon though, many found answers right in their own communities. We've been hearing how friends, neighbours, and some strangers too, have all been getting by with help from each other.
Now, we'll bring you into these communities where you'll meet a bread-making pair who sold their first loaves to neighbours. And a home gardener whose vegetable-growing pastime supplied bottled juice to a small community. Also among them, a wetmarket seller delivering groceries to those who missed out on crowded supermarket runs.
There are so many more inspiring stories, which we've put together right here.