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Do Locavores Suck at Math?new

"An Economist Gets Lunch" offers clever insights (and a little locavore bashing).
LEO Weekly  |  J. Christian Walsh  |  04-27-2012  |  Nonfiction

Five Ways to Be a Better Locavorenew

Some of us don’t like meat. Or eggs. Or cheese. Or milk. Or anything that’s been cooked. Oh wait, that’s totally not true. But some of us choose not to consume these foods for very good reasons.
Santa Fe Reporter  |  Marin Sardy  |  03-11-2010  |  Food+Drink

Eat it Up: Charleston's Top 10 Food Trends of the Decadenew

"Locavorism" has been a wonderful thing for Charleston dining. Wadmalaw Island has bloomed as the vegetable garden of Charleston, and there are now enough farmers' markets open around the area that you can shop at one just about every day of the week.
Charleston City Paper  |  Jeff Allen and Robert Moss  |  12-30-2009  |  Food+Drink

Adrienne Young Tours to Help the Local-Foods Movementnew

Young makes acclaimed homegrown music and is a vocal activist for sustainable agriculture and the movement supporting the growing, buying and consuming of organic and locally grown foods.
Tucson Weekly  |  Gene Armstrong  |  06-19-2008  |  Profiles & Interviews

To Food Writer Amy Trubek, Vermont Tastes Like the Futurenew

Trubek's just-released book The Taste of Place: A Cultural Journey into Terroir is a shot across the bow of our old system of thought and commerce. But more fundamentally, it shows how a renewed appreciation of the magic of local flavor might just save our collective bacon.
Seven Days  |  Matt Scanlon  |  06-02-2008  |  Author Profiles & Interviews

Some Locavores Go for the 100-Yard, Rather than 100-Mile, Dietnew

"Chickens fill an important spot in the cycle of a sustainable backyard"
San Francisco Bay Guardian  |  Nicole Gluckstern  |  04-09-2008  |  Food+Drink

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