Entries by standartwork

Kacang Koro is Growing Healthily

A new addition to our Blueboots’ biodiversity is Kacang Koro plant. It is delicious eaten fresh or sautéed simply with garlic. This beautiful legume plant will soon crawl its way up to get more sunlight and produce grow healthily. We have a plot of land that we dedicate to provide fresh vegetables for our farmers […]

Olv Town Charm

Happy Thursday everyone! We are rather excited to share this event with you. Blueboots Farm will join Olv Town in Kota Tua area this Saturday and Sunday 3 – 4 September 2016. We love what they are doing because they bring awareness to Kota Tua by doing all these engaging projects especially for the younger […]

About Last Sunday

Last Sunday was all about gathering with like-minded people. We were at 1/15 Coffee’s Sunday’s Best, which hosted the best of the best from Jakarta’s creatives, makers and doers. From Blueboots Farm, we brought our creamy and crunchy peanut butter for those who came to try. And did you know that we will be launching […]

Sunday’s Best is Back!

This Sunday, Blueboots Farm will be joining another session of Sunday’s Best at 1/15 Coffee. Expect some of our soon-to-be-released products for you to try and some fresh produces on display as well. Sunday morning can’t be more well-spent than a relaxed chit chat with the people at Sunday’s Best. See you there! Sunday’s Best […]


Mixed Root Chips

Have you had tried Blueboots Root Chips? If you have been to any of our events, you might have had the chance to get these yummy crispy root chips. Consisting of a variety of tubers that grow at Blueboots Farm, these chips are simply irresistible. All you favourite root veggies are included, when you open […]

Traditional Harvest Celebration in Indonesia

When we start to talk about traditional harvest celebration in Indonesia, there definitely are lots of things going on throughout the nation. In this week’s Local Wisdom, we explored the vibrant traditions of Indonesia’s harvest celebration to understand deeper about our long and deep relationship to agriculture in Indonesia. 1. Seren Taun The Sundanese have […]