There is a growing “Slow Food” movement which goes beyond the food, it is more about a way of living and the pleasure of food with commitment to community and the environment. It supports good, clean and fair food.
Some of the things to consider:
- Learn what slow food is about.
- Cook the food yourself with fresh foods from resources you know, namely your Farmer’s Market or grown out of your own or a neighbor’s garden (nothing pre-made)
- Shop locally (see above)
- Avoid GMO’s (genetically modified food)
- Buy organic or no pesticide verses conventionally grown food
- Share your home-cooked meals
You can find more about it at http://www.slowfoodusa.org, as well as a number of other resources, simply Google ‘Slow Food Movement’.