Definition of slow food in English:

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[mass noun]
Food that is produced or prepared in accordance with local culinary traditions, typically using high-quality locally sourced ingredients: [as modifier]: the slow food movement
More example sentences
  • Many have joined the ranks of the raw food movement or the slow food movement.
  • Most people simply don't have the time for slow food, except on special occasions.
  • Last year in Paris the hospitality was provided by the guru of organic "slow food", French farmer José Bové.


1970s: contrasted with fast food.

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