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Slow Food USA Blog

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

Have A Slow Food Passover

Apr. 1, 2015

Our nation is enslaved to an industrial food system that is making us sick and fat. It abuses workers (with many cases of modern day slavery), is inhumane to animals, pollutes our drinking water with manure and pesticides, and contributes to climate change. Eating is a religious act. These foods do not reflect Jewish values of humane treatment of animals, workers rights, protecting the environment and human health.

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TEDxManhattan, Part 1

Mar. 20, 2015

Our guide to TED's annual food conference.

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Inclusion, Peace and Justice Through Food

Jan. 9, 2015

Ferguson’s organic farm school is on a mission to bring the community together through agriculture and health.

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An Interview With Preserving Maven Sherri Brooks Vinton

May. 22, 2014

Sherri Brooks Vinton has been knee-deep in the Slow Food movement for more than a decade. In fact, Sherri credits Slow Food USA for helping to guide her through complicated issues and inspiring her to write the "Put ‘em Up!" preserving series. We caught up with Sherri last week to talk about her latest book in the series: "Put’em Up! Preserving Answer Book."

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In Search of Diversity, Taste and Tradition

May. 22, 2014

I’ve been cheating lately on my intimate relationship—the one I have with Italian food. As a master student at the University of Gastronomic Sciences, I have an unfailing passion for food and relish the opportunity to indulge in the incredible Italian cuisine that surrounds me. Yet for dinner last week I swapped out eggy tajarin al ragù for Israeli shakshuka and challah, and a few days later, I opted not to have a morning cappuccino and freshly baked cornetto at the local Caffè Converso, in exchange for a Hungarian chocolate pastry called kakaós csiga. Should I feel ashamed? The traditionalists I live amongst in the town of Bra may question these out-of-the ordinary foods, but here at UNISG, it is all part of the learning experience.

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