Speaking of locavores

Since I’m currently obsessed with the local food movement, courtesy of animal, vegetable, miracle, this was a fun thing to stumble over on the internet today;

We Only Read Local Dictionaries

Locavore is New Oxford American Dictionary Word of the Year

Posted at 10:48 AM on 16 Nov 2007

The word “locavore” has received the esteemed honor of being the New Oxford American Dictionary 2007 Word of the Year. For you non-locavores, the word is defined as “a person who endeavors to eat only locally produced food.” It was coined about two years ago by four San Francisco women who popularized the idea of the 100-mile diet.

P.S. This counts as a post. It does!

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