Slow Food Interview on 60 Minutes


The Slow Food moment supports biodiversity in the food supply, taste education and connecting food producers with consumers, or as they call them, “co-producers.”  Alice Waters, a Slow Food movement activist, was on 60 minutes. You can watch the episode here on the CBS website.  

Many of the ideas behind the Slow Food movement coincide with what we practice in my home.  We cook tasty food from scratch utilizing many local, environmentally friendly and humanely grown ingredients.  It always bugs me though  when Californians insist everyone use fresh, local produce year round, because this is not as realistic for the rest of the U.S.  That being said, they do good work and I thought this interview would be of interest to our viewers/readers.  Thanks to Malissa for passing along the link to me.


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