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  • n. an exaggerated interest in the preparation, presentation and consumption of food

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Examples

  • Today, vegetable-centric eating—be it vegetarianism, veganism, or raw foodism—is back in fashion, again.

    One Big Table

  • A quick Google search of “raw foodism” will return over 23 million results.

    OpEdNews - Diary: The Red Pill Diet

  • Maybe for simplicity sake raw/live foodism should be called the “red pill diet”.

    OpEdNews - Diary: The Red Pill Diet

  • Notice the word “lifestyle” in the description of raw foodism.

    OpEdNews - Diary: The Red Pill Diet

  • I've learned that raw foodism as a movement has had several heydays in the U.S., especially since the 1970's when Ann Wigmore popularized it to support health, and harmony and between individuals and the earth.

    Raw Foods: Enzyme power!

  • Raw organic foodism is especially good for "holy joes," a sort of better-than-everyone-else person who enjoys great self-righteousness by owning this system.

    How and When to Be Your Own Doctor

  • Raw foodism usually falls into two camps: those who adore the completely uncooked vegan diet and those who hate recipes like faux burgers made from quinoa, carrots, beets, celery, kale, parsley, basil and sesame, sunflower and pumpkin seeds.

    SFGate: Top News Stories

  • And I have only good things to say about the restaurants that accommodated my over-privileged, self-indulgent foodism.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • Clearly I had passed what Mr. Brown calls my "self-indulgent foodism" down to my two-year-old.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • The satire isn't mean, though it is dead-on: one brilliant sketch takes the restaurant trend of local foodism to its logical extreme, when a pair of diners decide they must visit the home farm of their chicken dinner before ordering it and find that, in this case, the cult of the locavore is literally a cult.

    TIME.com: Top Stories

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