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  • Recap: Small Scale Meat Processing Discussion

    by Kimi Reid. The importance of words such as ‘grass fed,’ ‘pasture raised’ and ‘small scale,’ are often lost in a sea of foodie vocabulary, implying somewhat lofty connotations. However, as the American consumer is faced with a plethora of choices, even the most socially [...]

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  • Recap: TEDxManhattan 2012 Viewing Party

    by Valerie Schafer Franklin. Homemade granola bars and a canteen of coffee fueled approximately 30 lecturegoers who attended Slow Food Portland’s live simulcast of TEDxManhattan’s “Changing the Way We Eat” on Saturday the 21st at Trinity Lutheran Church. The series was split into three sections: Issues, [...]

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  • Slow Food and the Family Meal

    In the slow food movement, Good is in part an invitation to not only nourish our bodies through food, but also our spirits with each meal enjoyed. But how big of a challenge is it for today’s busy parents to actually enjoy a slow food [...]

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