What is Slow Food? Good, Clean, Fair Food for Everyone

Slow Food International and we here in the local Seattle chapter have embarked on a Worldwide Member Drive!

Look for extra posts on the blog this month during our Fall Membership Drive Blog Blitz! We’ll have great recipes, event recaps, and other news and resources. (Come back later today for a recipe for a delicious shrub drink recipe courtesy Amy Pennington!)

But as the song says, let’s start at the very beginning:

What is Slow Food? What does membership support?

Check out this quick, two-minute video for a great overview of what Slow Food is all about.

Interested in taking the next step and becoming a member? Email us at membership@slowfoodseattle.org for more info or sign up right now on the Slow Food USA site. (If you do sign up for the Seattle chapter, please just shoot us a note at the membership@slowfoodseattle.org note to let us know and to be entered in a drawing with other members for some great prizes at the end of our drive! We’ll also be getting the rosters of new Seattle members from the nat’l board, but if you send us an email, we’ll be able to double check to make sure you get your chance at winning!)

And stay tuned for a lot more during the next few weeks!


About Slow Food Seattle

Slow Food is a member-supported educational organization that envisions a food system based on the principles of quality and taste, environmental sustainability, and social justice – in essence, a food system that is good, clean, and fair.

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