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  • When in Rome…

    It’s not very often that we post about Italy here on the Slow Food Portland blog. While we love our Italian founders (and we’re quite partial to Italian cooking), we feel that American eating deserves just as much attention. We might be young here, but [...]

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  • Food Safety for the Little Guys

    If you follow along with updates from COMFOOD or any similar food policy listservs, you’ve probably been understandably shocked to find an email in your inbox screaming: “OUTLAW ORGANIC FARMING!”  The panicky claims have been so widespread as to earn them an entry on the [...]

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  • Red Gold

    Bristol Bay, Alaska is perhaps the world’s largest and most sustainable wild salmon fishery. For centuries, the watershed’s plentiful stocks have supported the region’s native population, and today its natural resources sustain a commercial fishing industry and draw sport fishermen from around the world. But [...]

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