5 Tips for practicing *Slow Food* by According to a survey by INSEE on the power of time released in France October 2012, "the French spend 2 hour 22 minutes per day on average eating (2010) It's 13 minutes more than in 1986. The average time for meal preparation was reduced to 18 minutes from 71 to 53 minutes. " Good news because it gives more time to be seated at the table to enjoy a meal. (The article is in French and worth translating) #slowfood #nutrition #healthtips #newstart
4. Pai Bikery - Via Cagliari 18D, Torino «Fast bikes & slow food» è il motto di Pai Bikery, a Torino. Promessa mantenuta: accanto al negozio e alla ciclofficina, c’è la caffetteria aperta da colazione e merenda. Un angolo dall’animo hipster dove assaggiare dolci handmade (dalla cheesecake alla torta di mele), hamburger (ma solo di venerdì) e le specialità del brunch del weekend. D’estate fanno pure la limonata fatta in casa.
Cajsa Warg, Stockholm. This food shop was named for an 18th-century Swedish cookbook author whose culinary motto was a kind of precursor to the Slow Food approach: Man tager vad man haver, or “You take what you get.” Cajsa Warg sells classic food products and ready-made sauces in the trendy SoFo (south of Folkungagatan) neighborhood of Södermalm. Renstiernas gata 20; 011-46-8-642-2350; http://www.bonappetit.com/restaurants-travel/article/stockholm