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Slow Food USA Blog

Reflections, insights and news about the food movement and “going Slow”

Long Island Oysters and Life Lessons

Oct. 9, 2014

Food writer Eugenia Bone recalls the glory of Long Island Oysters plucked fresh from the ocean, and shares a delicious recipe for fried oysters from her recent book The Kitchen Ecosystem.

read more... Tags: Biodiversity, Book, Cooking, Seafood


Ocean Grabbing: Plundering a Common Resource

Jun. 3, 2013

With 60% of the world’s population living in coastal areas, communities around the world are finding themselves caught between increasing pressure from the land and depleting marine and coastal resources.

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Albacore tuna, one at a time

Sep. 7, 2012

Tuna, the ubiquitous canned food. But, what do you really know about it? Slow Food USA member & fisherman, Jeremy Brown on Seattle’s own Albacore tuna.

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How to Pick a Fresh Fish

Jun. 7, 2012

Slow Fish, Slow Food’s campaign for sustainable fish on how to get the catch of the day every day.

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Farm v Fished: Understanding today’s salmon problem

Oct. 7, 2011

Why is it so hard to figure out how to buy seafood sustainably? How did we get here? Roots of Change takes a deep dive into the problem with California salmon and points to some solutions.

read more... Tags: Biodiversity, Book, Farms and Farming, Seafood


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