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    • 1. @ r o n made r • pl ane ta. wi k i space s. co m/ f o o d • 10 . 2 0 15
    • 2. @ r o n made r • pl ane ta. wi k i space s. co m/ f o o d • 10 . 2 0 15
    • 3. About This Presentation Knowing the story of the food on your plate adds to the pleasure of eating and connects you to the world. Foodies play a critical role in developing sustainable practices and responsible travel. Choosing what we eat and where we eat goes a long way in cultivating resilient communities and improving the health of visitors and locals alike. Comments are welcome and so are embeds, likes, clips and shares. - Ron Mader (Las Vegas, October 2015)
    • 4. health local plate tongue water menu feast quinoa chocolate carnivore texture biodiversity FREE SPACE mouthfeel nutrition signature aroma recipe fika provenance touch smell sight sound taste planeta.com • planeta.wikispaces.com/food • 2015
    • 5. Which is your country's most gluttonous holiday? ¿Cual es la fiesta más glotón de tu país? @ r o n m a d e r
    • 6. It’s not just what you eat, it’s who prepares the food. No es sólo lo que come, es quien prepara la comida. Comal de Engracía Pérez Castro
    • 7. R o n M a d e r , B o r o u g h M a r k e t
    • 8. Conscious travel helps visitors choose local food that in turn bolsters local economies and strengthens communities.
    • 9. e s t o n i a p h o t o @ r o n m a d e r
    • 10. e s t o n i a p h o t o @ r o n m a d e r
    • 11. @ r o n m a d e r p l a n e t a . w i k i s p a c e s . c o m / f o o d
    • 12. A true gastronome can’t ignore the strong connections that exist between plate and planet. Food is socially, biologically, culturally, and politically central to daily life, so it follows that what we eat and the production thereof have a profound effect on our surroundings: on the rural landscape and biodiversity. Behind every foodstuff are the people who made it, upholding farming and production traditions for our nourishment and satisfaction. The food we eat should taste good, it should be produced in a clean way that does not harm the environment, animal welfare or human health, and its producers should receive fair compensation for their work. We consider ourselves co-producers, not consumers. If we are informed about how our food is produced and actively support the people who produce it, we become a part of and a partner in the production process. As you can see, the achievement of pleasure through food has countless political and social implications. - Slow Food founder Carlo Petrini, Transitions Abroad
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    • 15. @ AyuukTi e nda
    • 16. E n g r a c i a P e r e z C a s t r o
    • 17. oaxaca.wikispaces.com/insitu San Diego - Los Angeles San Francisco Portland • Seattle Ulises Torrentera West Coast Tour 10.2015 facebook.com/insitu.mx
    • 18. Barriga llena, corazón contento Full stomach, happy heart
    • 19. flickr.com/groups/worldmarket
    • 20. flickr.com/groups/worldfood
    • 21. flickr.com/groups/worldfood
    • 22. fl i c kr.com/photos /nutti sami si i da/sets/72 1576 29 6 76 12379 0
    • 23. photo @ learntocook.com.au
    • 24. He aha te kai ō te rangatira? He Kōrero, he kōrero, he kōrero. What is the food of the leader? It is knowledge. It is communication.
    • 25. slideshare.net/planeta/foodhealthcommunity Please Share
    • 26. @ronmader
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