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Saturday, January 03, 2004

 

Article (Financial Times, India): may the Slow Food peace be with you...


Simran Bhargava, in the Financial Times of India, includes the Sow Food movement as one of the next important international trends:

"Slow food: It began as a counter-revolution to fast-food in Italy some years ago when one man revolted against the opening of a McDonald’s which he considered a threat to his country’s traditional lifestyle. The movement, known as Slow Food — with a snail as its mascot — has now spread to other countries and continues to grow. Dump the burger and reclaim the pleasures of preparing and eating real food. Grow your own vegetables, pound your own seven-grain flour. Switch off your cellphone, put the pot on simmer and let it cook sloooowly while you float, zen-like, selecting home-grown herbs. Slow down, relax, and may the peace be with you."




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