Diné cuisine making ripples in slow food world
You wanna talk about slow food?
It has taken traditional Native American cuisine a thousand years to be recognized in international foodie circles … but it’s finally making some waves. In the slow food world, of course.
“Slow food” is a reaction to fast food — the mass-produced, corporate-controlled, over processed substances that pass for nourishment in most of the world today.
Fast food is easy, that’s for sure … but, according to its critics, it has displaced centuries-old farming and cooking techniques, knocked the spiritual aspect out of food production and led to a worldwide rise in obesity and diabetes.