locavore


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locavore

(lō′kă-vor″) [ loca(l) + L. vorare, to devour]
One who eats foods grown and/or produced within approximately a 100-mile radius of his or her home.
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As a couple 'easily inspired' by the things they see and experience, Alta says it has become a habit of hers and Speedy's to 'envision all kinds of businesses'-and what followed was their entrepreneurial venture into food through Locavore Kitchen x Drinks in 2014.
What's common about these dining concepts are young, talented, and innovative chefs behind them working hard in the kitchen, Chef Mikel Zaguirre for Locavore and Chef Kalel Chan for the Raintree Group.
Out of all 50 states plus Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia, Vermont proved to be the winning state, with the most dedicated locavores based on the 2016 Index.
Embracing the locavore movement, The Pybus Cheesemonger's Shop rotates a number of cheeses made in the region, including cheeses from Cascade Creamery, Sunny Pine, Laurel's Crown, Pine Stump, Tieton and Sammish Bay.
live music, farmers' market, locavore lunch and cider pressing; bring your own apples; 541- 341-1709 or spencercreekgrange.
Known as "the Israeli locavore," food expert Uri Mayer-Chissick has written two booksone about Israel's edible wild plants, the other about local foods in the Levantand he lectures and consults on a wide variety of related topics, including traditional natural medicine.
Urban hunts are also on the rise, and this has led to the locavore movement that has brought hundreds of thousands into hunting.
With its scattered tasting rooms and tiny vineyards, McGlynn is hopeful Montana wineries could reach the locavore trend.
The rise in the number of locavore hunters has been highlighted in the New York Times, Slate, and a host of other left-leaning media outlets.
From the folks at Strolling of the Heifers, the 2015 Locavore Index is comprised of statistics on each state from the Census of Agriculture, gauging each state's commitment to consuming locally produced food.
John Medical Center supports the locavore movement by sponsoring the Crocker Park North Union Farmers Market for the second year in a row.