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- The Slow Food Movement. There are two sites, the US site and the international site. Slow Food is about “living the slow life,” taking time to enjoy good food and a good life with family and friends. The site offers forums, resources, and access to local chapters (“convivia”).
- Feeding America Formerly Second Harvest, this isthe nation’s food bank network, providing assistance to millions of Americans every year.
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Earlier this summer I was asked to provide a vegan dessert for a party. I already had some homemade sorbet on hand — I’ll post about that at another time — but I wanted something more traditionally sweet as well. … Continue reading →